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SubjectRe: SCSI????
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i can show u my boot log... but u aren't after the deamons who start are u 
????

the first part of the boot is so fast i cant read it, i know usb mass storage
loads or something like that because i can see something related to that,
beside of that i can't read the messages becaus htey prompt out too fast!!!

and i can't find a log file for those either!!!

anyway here is my boot log:


Dec 9 12:57:50 AstinusGod syslog: syslogd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:50 AstinusGod syslog: klogd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:50 AstinusGod portmap: portmap startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:50 AstinusGod nfslock: rpc.statd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:51 AstinusGod keytable: Loading keymap: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:51 AstinusGod keytable: Loading system font: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:51 AstinusGod random: Initializing random number generator:
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:51 AstinusGod netfs: Mounting other filesystems: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:52 AstinusGod apmd: apmd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Mounting proc filesystem: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Unmounting initrd: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod sysctl: net.ipv4.ip_forward = 0
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod sysctl: net.ipv4.conf.default.rp_filter = 1
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod sysctl: kernel.sysrq = 0
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Configuring kernel parameters:
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod date: Sun Dec 9 12:57:33 WET 2001
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Setting clock (localtime): Sun Dec 9
12:57:33 WET 2001 succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Loading default keymap succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Setting default font (lat0-sun16):
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Activating swap partitions: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Setting hostname AstinusGod.pt:
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod fsck: /: clean, 192863/1281696 files,
830434/2562367 blocks
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Checking root filesystem succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:39 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Remounting root filesystem in
read-write mode: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:41 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Finding module dependencies:
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:42 AstinusGod fsck: /home: clean, 19308/499968 files,
125323/998384 blocks
Dec 9 12:57:42 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Checking filesystems succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:42 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Mounting local filesystems: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:42 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Enabling local filesystem quotas:
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:43 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Turning on process accounting
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:52 AstinusGod autofs: automount startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:44 AstinusGod rc.sysinit: Enabling swap space: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:46 AstinusGod ipchains: Flushing all current rules and user
defined chains: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:46 AstinusGod ipchains: Clearing all current rules and user
defined chains: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:47 AstinusGod ipchains: Applying ipchains firewall rules
succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:47 AstinusGod sysctl: net.ipv4.ip_forward = 0
Dec 9 12:57:47 AstinusGod sysctl: net.ipv4.conf.default.rp_filter = 1
Dec 9 12:57:47 AstinusGod sysctl: kernel.sysrq = 0
Dec 9 12:57:52 AstinusGod rc: Starting pcmcia: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:47 AstinusGod network: Setting network parameters: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:48 AstinusGod network: Bringing up interface lo: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:49 AstinusGod ifup: Determining IP information for eth0...
Dec 9 12:57:49 AstinusGod ifup: done.
Dec 9 12:57:49 AstinusGod network: Bringing up interface eth0: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:52 AstinusGod sshd: Starting sshd:
Dec 9 12:57:53 AstinusGod sshd: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:53 AstinusGod sshd:
Dec 9 12:57:53 AstinusGod rc: Starting sshd: succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:56 AstinusGod xinetd: xinetd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:58 AstinusGod lpd: lpd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:57:59 AstinusGod sendmail: sendmail startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:00 AstinusGod gpm: gpm startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:00 AstinusGod crond: crond startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:02 AstinusGod xfs: xfs startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:03 AstinusGod smb: smbd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:03 AstinusGod smb: nmbd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:03 AstinusGod anacron: anacron startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:03 AstinusGod atd: atd startup succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:04 AstinusGod linuxconf: Running Linuxconf hooks: succeeded
Dec 9 12:58:04 AstinusGod rc: Starting wine: succeeded
there are no connected devices in /proc/scsi/scsi ( as they should for what
i know hp82xxx is treated as a scsi device under linux red hat 7.2 )
and i can't find no /proc/usb directory

regards, AStinus

On Saturday 08 December 2001 22:49, you wrote:
> > whenever linux boots it trys to load the Scsi modules for the new kernel
> > but it [ fails ], i figure this is because my previous had scsi as module
> > and now it isn't a module but a integrated part of the kernel, so i
> > turned off the scsi from the service manager. ( don't know if i am right
> > though ).
>
> exactly. in other words, entirely a user-space issue,
> nothing to do with linux-kernel.
>
> > second, how do i make sure scsi support is actually running???
>
> /proc/devices? dmesg?
>
> > third, if scsi is running and if i have the usb mass storage built into
> > the kernel, why doesn't my cd-rw appear listed as a scsi connected
> > device as it should??
>
> what usb and scsi-related messages do you see on boot?
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