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SubjectRE: Problem with 2.4.14 mounting i2o device as root device Adapte c 3200 RAID controller?
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Confirm.. I am speaking of the 2.4.14 kernel, not the 2.2.14 kernel..
And I am trying to compile support directly into the kernel, without
using modules..

The default kernel with 7.2 doens't work with more than 512 MG Ram for
some reason, as it is having IO problems, and that is why I am trying to
chase this down

On Thu, 2001-11-15 at 13:55, Bonds, Deanna wrote:
> This is a RedHat issue. You can find some info on
> http://people.redhat.com/tcallawa/dpt/ . We will have the official drivers
> posted on our web site in a few days. 2.2.14 should not have this issue.
> If it does disable the i2o subsystem and make sure our driver is enable
> under Low level scsi drivers->Adaptec I2O RAID.
>
> Deanna
>
>
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