Shirley Louise Coffie wrote:
>> From: Padraig Brady <padraig at antefacto.com>
>> To: Shirley Louise Coffie <shirleydayco at hotmail.com>
>> CC: ilug at linux.ie>> Subject: Re: [ILUG] scsi problems
>> Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 16:33:58 +0000
>>>> Shirley Louise Coffie wrote:
>>>>> Good Evening Group, (First Question)
>>>>>> I'm currently taking over a server build project from a co worker that
>>> is leaving the company. He has loaded RedHat Linux Kernel 2.2.x, I've
>>> been trying to do a repair, but won't recognize the scsi drives. I have
>>> the driver from HP but won't fit onto floppy since it was formatted in
>>> winblows, and has only 1.38MB of disk space when I need obviously 1.4MB
>>>>>> I don't fully understand this? You have a driver downloaded from the
>> web? that you can't fit onto floppy. What size is it exactly?
>> What is the linux box doing if it has no network connectivity?
>> The driver doesn't fit on the floppy, the IP has not been configured on
> the box, because the install or repair never gets past the fact that it
> can't find the scsi drives. (driver is for the scsi card)
What size is the driver??
If the file is too big split it up (man split).
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