Red Hat 6.2 running on Vivante SE laptop (PII 333). PCMCIA services work, as 3C ethernet card works fine, can plug and unplug, etc.|
1. Trying to get Adaptec 1480 SCSI to work. During boot, get message about PCMCIA at 35/0/0 AIC-7xxx memory allocation
After booting, when I run card diagnostics,
2. cardctl ident -- correctly identifies both cards, the netword and the SCSI
3. cardctl status -- says both cards working, IRQ 3 and 9
4. lspci -
lists 20, the 3Com 10/100 Ethernet card.
lists 23, the Adaptec 1480 SCSI card -I tried each card individually in the slots, and switched slots.
Called Red Hat, who basically walked me through the SCSI section of your HOW-TO, but they were also a little vague about exact addresses, etc.
I added two lines to PCMCIA file--
#Extra Port range for Adaptec 1480
include port 0x500-ox6af
--The HOWTWO says that a large range is required
for this card
(This is supposed to start on a 256 boundary and be 256).
5. Same result. Error message on boot, SCSI:0
I have an HP T20 tape drive, Yamaha CD ROM writer, and Seagate Hard drive hooked to SCSI card with a External terminator on the Hard Drive. These work fine under Windows 2000. (Should I make the chain simpler, or is it the
I know you are busy, so would appreciate help from someone. I need the room on the external harddrive as the laptop HD is only 4 GB and is nearly full.
Thanks a lot, also pardon any lack of knowledge as I am only about 3 days into LINUX.