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Subject2 SCSI controllers causing boot problems...

I know I've seen this in the past, but the answer slips my mind and I
can't find anything in the archives.

I've just set up a box w/ an aic7xxx card. The boot drive hangs off
that card. During installation, the boot drive is sda. Lilo contains
"root=/dev/sda8".

I compiled a new kernel with the 3ware raid driver. When I rebooted,
the 3ware card driver must have been loaded first; /dev/sda8 was no
longer the root device.

How do I control the device designations during boot?

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