Re: how to config scsi cdrom in redhad linux
From: Robert Heller (heller_at_deepsoft.com)
Date: Sat, 13 Mar 2004 01:52:13 +0000
In a message on Fri, 12 Mar 2004 21:23:46 +0800, wrote :
It should not require much. So long as the SCSI controller card is
supported by Linux, it should 'just work'.
Note: not all SCSI controller cards support booting.
To *boot* from a SCSI CD-ROM, you need:
1) A SCSI controller card with BIOS code.
2) A SCSI controller card with the BIOS code for *booting* from a CD-ROM
3) The BIOS on the SCSI controller needs to be enabled AND the BIOS code
for *booting* from a CD-ROM drive needs to be enabled AND the
motherboard BIOS needs to be told to allow booting from the SCSI