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SubjectRe: Advansys.o module quirk..
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> On Tue, 16 Feb 1999, Daniel Davis wrote:

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Woops.. didn't realize it was.. Sorry 'bout that..

Anyway, my question again is:

I installed Redhat 5.2 on my box which has a Advansys SCSI card (and a
different brand) installed. Everything works fine.
I compiled the 2.2.1 kernel with the SCSI drivers in the kernel as opposed
to modules. Now when I boot everything works fine but I get a message
saying /lib/advansys.o was compiled for kernel version 2.0.36.

This is correct in that that was the original version. My question is:
Where is the insmod or similar command that is causing it to keep attempting
this? I've greped just about everywhere I can think of and I still can't
find it.

Can anybody provide me with info on where I should be looking or how to see
which file is calling it?

Daniel Davis

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