Subject: Re: new EISA autoconfiguration code committed...
To: Jan-Hinrich Fessel <>
From: None <Chris_G_Demetriou@NIAGARA.NECTAR.CS.CMU.EDU>
List: current-users
Date: 03/08/1996 00:37:26
> I eventually managed to take some time and build a new kernel for my i486 
> Gigabyte EISA Board.
> As it turns out, the kernel found the adaptec (1742) and then silently 
> rebooted...
> Known Problem, or should I investigate further?

Well, consider that the machine on which i developed and tested the
changes has (among other things) an aha1742, and has been running the
changes since a while before they were committed, i'd:
	(1) make sure you 'config'd your kernel, and make sure you
	    built it from scratch,
	(2) try a new kernel with "very" up-to-date sources, etc.
	    Nothing's changed recently, but your source tree might
	    have been hosed in some way or other,
	(3) send me a copy of your kernel config file, if you're
	    still having problems, and i'll look it over, and perhaps
	    come up with a few new ideas of what to try.