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SubjectRe: Promise SuperTrak SX6000 w/ kernel 2.4.20

Try the Alan Cox patch set.
I should have fixed the mess introduced in 2.4.19 by the OEM vendor.

On 20 Jan 2003, Sebastian Zimmermann wrote:

> Am Don, 2003-01-16 um 12.23 schrieb Juergen "George" Sawinski:
> > It shouldn't find /dev/hde ... /dev/hdj (there's some problem with the
> > detection mechanism), as these are I2O devices, and thus it's
> > /dev/i2o/hd?. You have to stop the discovery process by adding
> >
> > hde=noprobe hdf=noprobe hdg=noprobe hdh=noprobe hdi=noprobe hdj=noprobe
> >
> > to the lilo append variable.
>
> Yes, thank you. Now I can boot. (I also had to add /dev/hdm and /dev/hdo
> though.)
>
> Nonetheless, I still consider this a kernel bug. The kernel should boot
> without the workaround as it did with version 2.4.18.
>
> Sebastian
>
>
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