Re: SCSI as module

Matthias Urlichs (
Mon, 1 Apr 1996 12:42:25 +0100

In, article <199603310303.WAA22362@chaos>,
"Sheldon E. Newhouse" <> writes:
> Perhaps this is a silly question, but I am curious anyway. If the o=
> hard disk is a SCSI on the system (in my case an Adaptec 2940), then =
> is one to boot and load the SCSI as a module? Wouldn't it make more

Easy. You either don't, or you load an initial RAM disk and continue
booting from that.

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