Max Trummer got it straight away.
on Wed, Nov 18, 1998 at 07:48:47PM -0800, Max Trummer <email@example.com> wrote:
> it's been a while since i ran a 4.1.3 machine, but off the top,
> scsi address 4 is generally reserved for a tape drive. look in your
> config file that's used when you build the kernel and see how the
> disks and tapes are configured. default scsi id's are 0-3 for disks,
> 4-5 for tapes 6 for cdrom. you may have to change the config file
> and rebuild the kernel.
Thank you Max! Changed to scsi id 2 and all works.
-- Bevan Broun ph (08) 9380 1587 Computer Systems Officer fax (08) 9380 1065 Dept. Electrical and Electronic Engineering University of Western Australia rm. G70
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