mbrady4 at nc.rr.com
Sun Feb 29 07:26:47 PST 2004
yes your correct but I forgot considering I always use initrd image.You
could create a file in /etc directory called modules and add the
ide-scsi to it and then add this script to the correct run level directory
if [ -f /etc/modules ]; then
while read MODULES; do
done < /etc/modules
make it executable and name it like
then on boot any module listed in the /etc/modules file will get loaded
that will help
Kevin Alm wrote:
>On Wednesday 25 February 2004 10:40 pm, Albert wrote:
>>On Wed, 25 Feb 2004 22:14:16 -0500
>>marc brady <mbrady4 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>>>add this to the append line of /etc/lilo.conf
>>>replace question mark with drive letter for your burner
>>>then run lilo -v in terminal as root and reboot all will be well then
>>Thanks, Marc. However, I boot with grub and already have hdc=ide-scsi
>>as a boot option. Is that equivalent?
>>"Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of
>>thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible,
>>because there will be no words in which to express it."
>> -- George Orwell as Syme in "1984"
>Using ide-scsi as a module is problematic without an initrd. The hd?=ide-scsi
>kernel append doesn't work because at that point the /lib/modules/<version>
>tree isn't available. I prefer to compile ide-scsi into the kernel and use
>the kernel append hd?=scsi. If you do this you _must_not_ compile in ide-cd.
>If both ide-cd and ide-scsi are both compiled in, only ide-cd will be used.
>Compile ide-cd as a module or not at all.
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