Paul Gear wrote on Wednesday 24 March 2004 01:55:
Paul Gear wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to use Doug Ledford's driver disk package
) to create a driver disk for the ITE
> RAID driver, and i'm missing something. I hacked the makefile to give
> me a directory for FC1, but it doesn't produce the correct result.
> Some things that were not clear to me from the doco:
> 1. Should the entire kernel tree be present at 2.4.22-1.2115.nptl/ in
> the directory where the kit is extracted? It seems that something is
> required here, but my copy of the source from
> /usr/src/linux-2.4.22-1.2115.nptl/ didn't seem to produce the correct
> 2. Should the Makefile in scsi/ just make the driver i'm interested in,
> or must it be for a full build tree with additional patches for the
> driver i'm making?
> 3. What should the contents of scsi/ be? It seems that at least some
> of the files need to be named differently from their names on the final
> driver disk (e.g. module-info vs. modinfo, rhdd-6.1 vs. disk-info), but
> i can't work out which ones need to be named which.
> 4. Some of the files in my scsi/ directory seemed to get copied and/or
> linked into 2.4.22-1.2115.nptl/. Is this normal, or am i doing
> something else wrong?
> Thanks in advance for your replies.
Apologies for pestering, but does anyone out there have the time to
answer these few questions?
I haven't made FC driver disks yet, but I wrote up the process I used (using
Doug Ledford's kit) to make driver disks for RHL 9. See:
I'd be interested to hear if this works for you, or if you run into any
BTW, sorry for the few-days delay; I just now read the request you made on