dellmgr not working anymore since upgrade to 1.80 firmware
syn_uw at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 10 09:23:00 CDT 2003
I've finally find something in the Debian documentation, so Debian already
has it's solution for creating seperate module packages. Each module will
have it's own package which you simply install with dpkg -i after the kernel
image. For those who are interested about this I've found the documentation
I was also wondering is that allright to have the megaraid driver as a
kernel loadable module ? Currently I use it as compiled into the kernel. Are
there no special issues in using the megaraid driver as loadable module ?
>From: Matt Domsch <Matt_Domsch at Dell.com>
>Reply-To: Matt Domsch <Matt_Domsch at Dell.com>
>To: syn uw <syn_uw at hotmail.com>
>CC: linux-poweredge at Dell.com
>Subject: Re: dellmgr not working anymore since upgrade to 1.80 firmware
>Date: Sun, 10 Aug 2003 08:56:56 -0500 (CDT)
> > Thanks again for your reply... What I will do is then simply use the
> > megaraid driver from ftp.lsilogic.com version 1.18i as you recommend.
> > Now I have a last question and this is regarding rebuilding Debian's
> > (using make-kpkg), do you maybe know (or someone else on this list) how
> > can include an external module to the kernel package generated by
> > ? My goal is to compile the Linux kernel 2.4.21 without it's megaraid
> > and then integrate the module which comes from lsi logic into the
> > But I don't really see how I can do that... Any ideas ?
>DKMS? :-) http://freshmeat.net/projects/dkms/?topic_id=253
>It's designed for exactly this type of work. No one has made a dkms.conf
>file for megaraid yet, but it shouldn't be hard. Volunteers?
>Sr. Software Engineer, Lead Engineer
>Dell Linux Solutions www.dell.com/linux
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