> The kernel configuration menu items have been changing quite a bit. So, I
> apologize for asking a trivial question in this forum.
> I am trying to configure and install linux kernel 2.2.19. This system has
> a Adaptec 2940 SCSI adapter. I have enabled SCSI support kernel
> menu and also have selected all the Adaptec low-level drivers. They
> (actually what is offered), AHA152X/2825, AHA1542 and AHA1740. When the
> is booting up it still does not find the AHA2940 adapter.
> What (other) options should I configure to make Linux 2.2.19 find the
> Thank you in advance for any help.
> Subba Rao
You want the Adaptec AIC7xxx driver. Should be listed right under those
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