[lug] LILO Boot Problem

Steve Mathias mathias at genomica.com
Tue Jan 9 13:11:54 MST 2001

>>>>> "D. Stimits" == D Stimits <stimits at idcomm.com> writes:

    > If it can't see the disk, I would suspect that possibly there is no
    > driver for the controller. It isn't unusual for NT 4 to require
    > specifically naming the controller type during install (I have two which
    > it does this with), so that isn't a particularly good indication of disk
    > failure. Linux, if it uses a module, and that module is on the disk that
    > requires the module in the first place, would require an initial ramdisk
    > with the module info in it. Is the scsi the drive that has /boot/ and
    > the root partition on it? What kind of scsi controller is it?

I've tried putting / and /boot/ on either disk with the same result.  I'm not
positive, but I think the SCSI controller is Adaptec.


Steve Mathias
mathias at genomica.com

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