> >>> 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
> What size is the driver??
> If the file is too big split it up (man split).
Is this "driver" an updated driver disk (called something.img)
from Red Hat?
If so, it will be exactly 1440k big. You need to use rawrite.exe
(look on your Red Hat CD) to copy it to a floppy.
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