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Old 03-26-2008, 01:27 PM
"Gellért Balázs"
Default CRUX Digest, Vol 42, Issue 16

> > Make sure SCSI target support, SCSI device support, SCSI disc support,
> > SCSI CD-Rom support and SCSI Generic support are built-in, as these
> > are required to create the device node and provide the SATA-SCSI
> > interface.
> >
> Since Jaeger gave me a talking to over the inaccuracy of the above
> statement, I'll point out that SCSI CD-Rom support, SCSI target support
> and SCSI Generic support are not "required" if all you want is the
> hard-disc.
> But SCSI CD-Rom support is required in order to utilise a CD-Rom drive,
> SCSI generic support is useful for card-readers and screwy CD burners
> and SCSI target support I forget at the moment.

I enabled all these parameters as built-in.

I think the problem is connected with the boot loading process. Maybe
I should install and configure crux lilo or grub into the mbr or to
the root at least. In the later case I should use chainloading in my
original 'third party' grub menu.lst.

Am I right?

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