Most distributions of Linux, including general use ones based on Rock
AFAIK, have all or most all possible SCSI support already built as
modules. Therefore an entry in the /etc/modules.conf file is all that
is usually needed. It has been a wail sense I've setup a SCSI based
machine, so I don't remember the details but don't recall it being too hard.
Hope that helps
> You will need to know the type of SCSI controller card and compile
> the driver into the kernel or as a module. If you decide to compile
> the? driver as a module and are using the SCSI disk as the device
> with your operating system, then you will need to build a ramdisk
> (initrd). Hope this helps.
> Donald Froien.
> -----Original Message----- From: philippe florent
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Sent: Sun,
> 24 Jun 2007 7:21 pm Subject: [rock-user] SCSI
> is it possible to have ROCK linux recognize my scsi drives ?
> should I path anything or add a driver ?