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SubjectRe: dac960 broken ?

working 2.4.7-10 from redhat includes definitions for devices rd/c0...
(not in #define(CONFIG_BLK_DEV_DAC960), patch is different)

broken 2.4.9-13 from redhat includes these also in the same way.
(so ...)

broken 2.4.16 does not define these devices in linux/init/main.c
I just tried your patch on 2.4.16. It went smoothly but the 2.4.16+patch
behaves exactly as before, same messages as without patch when booting ...
and kernel panic.

Pascal Lengard


On Thu, 29 Nov 2001, Leonard N. Zubkoff wrote:
> Hmmm. Can you check if the following patch is present in the Linux kernel
> you're using:
>
> --- linux/init/main.c- Sat Oct 6 08:49:16 2001
> +++ linux/init/main.c Wed Oct 10 09:06:07 2001
> @@ -221,6 +221,24 @@
> { "dasdg", (DASD_MAJOR << MINORBITS) + (6 << 2) },
> { "dasdh", (DASD_MAJOR << MINORBITS) + (7 << 2) },
> #endif
> +#if defined(CONFIG_BLK_DEV_DAC960) || defined(CONFIG_BLK_DEV_DAC960_MODULE)
> + { "rd/c0d0p",0x3000 },
> + { "rd/c0d1p",0x3008 },
> + { "rd/c0d2p",0x3010 },
> + { "rd/c0d3p",0x3018 },
> + { "rd/c0d4p",0x3020 },
> + { "rd/c0d5p",0x3028 },
> + { "rd/c0d6p",0x3030 },
> + { "rd/c0d7p",0x3038 },
> + { "rd/c0d8p",0x3040 },
> + { "rd/c0d9p",0x3048 },
> + { "rd/c0d10p",0x3050 },
> + { "rd/c0d11p",0x3058 },
> + { "rd/c0d12p",0x3060 },
> + { "rd/c0d13p",0x3068 },
> + { "rd/c0d14p",0x3070 },
> + { "rd/c0d15p",0x3078 },
> +#endif
> #if defined(CONFIG_BLK_CPQ_DA) || defined(CONFIG_BLK_CPQ_DA_MODULE)
> { "ida/c0d0p",0x4800 },
> { "ida/c0d1p",0x4810 },
>
> Without this patch, which Linux has repeatedly refused to include in the
> standard sources, it is entirely possible that the root= processing won't work
> correctly.
>
> Leonard
>

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