Problems with 5.0.0...
tanvir at mail.org
Tue Jan 20 07:22:29 PST 1998
Well, I've been having problems with my Microp 4345 Ultra drive and the
Linux driver. I tried the new patch to the 2.0.33 kernel and things
have actually gotten worse. I have an aha2940au and the microp and a
Jaz disk. The microp is set at 20Mb/s and the Jaz is set at 10Mb/s.
I have quake2 for Win95 installed on my microp which is a single fat32
partition (4Gb) at scsi id 0. I symbolically link to the quake data
directory because I don't really want to use 400Mb on my Linux partition
(which is on my Jaz disk at scsi id 6). I have the joliet-fat32 patch
applied to a virgin 2.0.33 kernel and now I have the new aic7xxx patch
Anyway, I try to run Linux quake2 and it crashes with infinite scsi
errors that say:
scsi0:0:0:0 No active SCB for reconnecting target -- Issuing BUS DEVICE
RESET. SAVED_TCL=0x0, ARG_1 = 0xff, SEQADDR = 0x103
Any idea what could be going wrong? I have the standard Jaz scsi cable
hooked up to my external port and a standard scsi internal cable hooked
up to my microp. I think that all together the cable length is very
close to the 3m maxmimum for UltraSCSI. I am pretty sure that the
termination is correct (I do get a warning when the kernel boots).
I don't know what to do :-(...
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