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Old 03-29-2006, 12:55 PM   #1
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help required relating SCSI Adaptec Card

Dear All,

I am facing a problem regarding SCSI Adpater Installation. I want to configure IBM SDLT 160/320 tape drive on adaptec SCSi Adapter Model # 29320ALP on IBM

xSeries 460 Server with Linux RHEL 3.0 2.4.21-15 ELSMP #1 Version. The problem is that POST shows that there is a SCSI adapter card but linux doesnt shows in

its Hardware Browser. When i place the command 'lsmod' it doesnt shows the adapter whereas when I use the lspci command it shows the SCSI adapter. I have

downloaded drivers from but still not able to see it in my hardware browser.I think the problem would be of driver but please acknowledge. I know

what KUDZu does. Kindly if anyone can help me in that. Please provide alternate ways so that I can test all of them together. If anyone knows the proper

driver for that please inform. I will be obliged for rapid replies.


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