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Old 08-24-2003, 05:23 PM   #1
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Question Future Domain SCSI Card

I have just started with Linux. I downloaded Redhat 9.0 and it works. I have 2 questions.
1. I just installed a Future Domain SCSI card. I have a Seagate 18Gb drive attached. DOS and Windows will recognize the drive and controller, but Redhat won't. I searched the Reahat site and found this entry in a table for SCSI parameters:

The IO base is 140,
IRQ is 11
Adapter ID is 7

Where does this go? How do I get Redhat to recognize the card and the drive. There's no information on the drive, so I don't care if it has to be partitioned for Linux.

2. I have managed to get the Linux computer to see the rest of my network (Windows) and print to the networked HP5 printer connected to a Win98 computer. I can't seem to get Windows to see the Red Hat computer.

Ultimately, I would like to have the 18Gb SCSI drive as a network storage device for all the computers on my home network.


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