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SubjectRe: bio and "old" block drivers
Jens Axboe wrote:
>
> On Tue, Dec 11 2001, Hal Duston wrote:
> > I'm looking at the bio changes for ps2esdi. The driver
> > appears to no longer work compiled when into the kernel.
> > The ps2esdi_init call has been removed from
> > ll_rw_blk.c:blk_dev_init. Where is the new/correct place
> > to call this from? This appears to be the same way with
> > many of the other "old" block drivers as well.
>
> Just use module_init to make this happen automagically.

Sorry, I am not understanding you here. Could you spell it
out please? My root filesystem is on the ps2esdi disk, do
I need to set up an initrd, and load the ps2esdi driver as
a module? Or do you mean that I should change things to
have module_init call it even when it isn't built as a
module? Or something else?

Thanks,
Hal Duston
hald@sound.net
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