Thanks Tim and Ken for the quick answers!
I will try this out.
Tim Waugh <email@example.com>
On Tuesday 15 May 2001 17:44, you wrote:
> The series 5 backpack devices are different to the series 6 ones; for
> the former, the bpck module is what you want, but for the latter you
> need bpck6. The Micro-Solutions driver in the 2.4.x tree should do
> the trick.
> I haven't investigated what happens if you just take the bpck6.c and
> ppc6lnx.c files and try compiling them in a 2.2.x tree; perhaps it
From: "Ken Hahn" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Tuesday 15 May 2001 17:52, you wrote:
> There are 2 series of BACKPACK drive, the 5 series and the 6 series. Prior
> to version 2.4.4 of the Linux kernel there was no series 6 support in the
> kernel. Micro Solutions provided a binary module which is still available
> at: http://www.micro-solutions.com/software_library/linux/index.html .
> There should be a version for the kernel that comes with the Redhat 6.2
> Probably the easiest way to proceeded would be to either use the binary
> module, or upgrade to 7.1 (which I believe uses the 2.4 kernel) and upgrade
> its kernel to 2.4.4 or later.
> Ken Hahn
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