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Old 12-10-2003, 12:29 PM   #1
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detection of driver's version

Hello to everyone!

I'm using Red Hat 9 and that's my problem: I am having some troubles with my SCSI tape device and IBM suggested to me to upgrade current SCSI card device driver (LSI 53C1030). I can see information about loaded driver by typing 'modinfo mptbase' but how can I see actual version of driver?



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