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SCSI install problem

> On Tue, 9 Nov 1999, Mark Donnelly wrote:
> > 2) After the hardware is in, try loading the appropriate driver (I read
> > that it's the Future Domain driver).
>    Just to avoid confusion, if this is the Adaptec 2930U mentioned earlier
> then the driver would be "aic7xxx.o" (I'm pretty sure 'bout that).
>    If this was a preloaded Dell system, then the module should be there,
> but you'll probably have to do some fiddling to get it loaded correctly.
> Best bet is to look at the kerneld and SCSI howtos from your favorite LDP
> mirror.

My reading of the "knowledge base" at the Adaptec web site is that the
aic7xxx.o driver should be used.  

Next, get the loadable module documentation out....

There ought to be HOWTO's in the /usr/doc/HOWTO directory, and there's the
Linux documentation project web site:

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