On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 Chris Campbell wrote:
I assume you should be able to use the same in RH 9 too, NO?>Installing Redhat 8 on a new box, cause can't get the drivers to work
>with RedHat 9 (maybe another post).
Ok. From the RH Manual,>At boot up I type linux dd and it prompts me for the driver just dandy,
>installs the driver for the 1st controller just fine. But I also need
>to install the driver I have for the LSI card.
This argument causes the installation program to prompt you to use a
This command performs the same function as the dd command and also
prompts you to use a driver diskette during the installation of Red
Maybe that should do what you want. Refer,
Also, once the installer comes up, you can switch to other consoles>Any way to install two drivers like this at boot up? If not, is there a
>way to use the second driver disk I have later on? And what is the
>procedure for this?
Alt+Cont+F[1-6] and then mount the floppy that has the module,
mount /dev/fd0 /mnt/floppy
and then do a
That's what module loading script does anyway. I am only guessing the
above would work.