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Re: [S.u.S.E. Linux] Microtek E-6 installation?
- From: lsayre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (lsayre)
- Date: Sun, 24 May 1998 06:44:31 -0500
- Message-id: <3568081F.6776A93C@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
When I tried what you suggested, the response was: "Device or resource
busy". I'm beginning to think that Linux has already installed
something else on int#9? Since my SCSI scanner card must be jumpered
for int#9 to work in Win95, is there a way in Linux to check what might
be on int#9, and then check for an open int#, and move this to the open
one, so #9 will be available for my scanner?
Edward Smith wrote:
> Hello Isayre,
> try this from the bash prompt - modprobe aha152x aha152x=0x340,9
> To make sure it worked type - cat /proc/scsi/scsi
> This should list your attached devices.
> Beside model it should show Scanner 600
> Hope this helps
> lsayre wrote:
> > I've tried to get SuSE Linux 5.2 to recognize my Adaptec 1502AE
> > controller card via YaST (using the install SCSI modules feature of the
> > installation disk), but no matter what settings I try for the 'aha152x'
> > it says they are incorrect. Can someone with a similar setup suggest
> > parameters to try here. I tried (among others) 'aha152x=0x340,9,7' to
> > no avail. My scanner is default set to SCSI device #6, and I've never
> > changed this.
> > I tried using insmod to install the aha152x, but all it keeps saying is
> > 'device is busy'. This is surprising, since nothing else (as in YaST
> > for instance) seems to acknowledge the existence of the device.
> > Installing the SCSI kernel for aha152x did nothing to help either. On
> > boot up I get the message 'SCSI devices:0'.
> > Using YaST off the hard drive to 'install new hardware' only gives me a
> > nasty red message "no SCSI device detected", and offers no set-up at all
> > (as in a suggestion to install a module...).
> > >From Win95 I can see that the card is on IRQ 9, with an I/O range of
> > 0140-015F. Works fine in Win95, but I'm trying to become MS free.
> > Lawrence Sayre <lsayre@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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