aha152x as a module

Nathan C. Burnett (burnettn@math.enmu.edu)
Sun, 7 Apr 1996 01:36:17 -0700 (MST)

I've recently been playing with kerneld and compiling everything I could
as a module. I've gotten just about everything except my SCSI driver to
work. I use the aha152x driver for my Iomega ZipZoom. Right now however
I can't seem to get the module to load.

root@spam:~# modprobe aha152x
Initialization of aha152x failed
scsi_mod: Device or resource busy

scsi_mod loads and can't be removed with rmmod.

root@spam:~# lsmod
Module: #pages: Used by:
scsi_mod 7 1
slip 2 1 (autoclean)
slhc 2 [slip] 1 (autoclean)
binfmt_aout 1 1 (autoclean)
vfat 4 1 (autoclean)
fat 6 [vfat] 1 (autoclean)
root@spam:~# rmmod scsi_mod
scsi_mod: Device or resource busy

Since this driver works fine when it's compiled into the kernel my only
guess is that it's not recieving the parameters for the ZipZoom. I have
the following line in my /etc/conf.modules

options aha152x 0x140,11,7,1

Which (I think) corresponds to


in my lilo.conf

I get the same problems when I try and load with a manual command line

modprobe aha152x 0x140,11,7,1

Any help would be appreciated

thanks, Nate

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