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ManufacturerAdaptec
ModelAIC-7899
DriverFedora Core 3 final
Kernel2.6.9-1.667
Architecture32-bit
SystemTyan K7 Thunder (2462) motherboard, 2.14 BIOS. 1.5MB RAM. Boot drive on channel B. Two AMD 1200 MP CPU's.
Workingno
CommentI have to use "linux noprobe" to get OS to prompt for drivers. The I2O_block is the only I2O in the default driver list. When trying to insmod i2o_proc.ko (as per RH How-to) the module does not seem to have been loaded according to lsmod. I am not sure whether to use the SMP or non-SMP modules. Also I am not sure of the proper syntax of the modified insmod used in the FC3 install. I can copy the module to /tmp from a floppy. Do I do "insmod i2o_proc.ko" from within /tmp (to which the file has been copied)? Do I need to load any other I2O drivers? If so, in what order? Do any of the /module configuration files need to be modified? This box currently is running FC1. This may be a showstopper as FC1 is now legacy and I have little hope of FC4 of installing any better. I'd hate to scrap this mobo.
ReporterDavid Allen



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