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Old 06-06-2005, 02:54 PM   #1
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Adaptec 320u controller problem

Obviously new to some parts of linux. Worked with AT&T Unix about 12 yrs ago. So I'm trying to remember what I forgot.
I have an adaptec 29320lp adapter and I have the download for linux. I'm using Slackware 390 and the iso image works to boot from CD. Problem is it won't recognize the /dev/sd(x) partition command with fdisk so I'm sort of stuck. The download is fairly small and is in a .tar format. How would I go about getting this driver installed???. I've already tried all the scsi devices in the boot loader but none will recognize the drives.


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