Subject: Re: PROBLEMS AND SUGGESTIONF FOR CONFIGURING SWAP ON 1.2_BETA
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Guenther Grau <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/25/1996 16:32:13
> > machines that have SCSI interfaces on non-SCSI ready machines? Is there a
> > way to override this warning, short of hacking config to simply issue it as
> > a warning?
> Actually, while this might be a good idea, it's a semantic inconsistency
> as far as config(8) is concerned... config(8), as a rule, doesn't allow
> any use of a device that isn't configured...
Hmm, I don't quite get this. I think that config(8) should very well be able
to configure a kernel with SCSI interface on a machine that does not have one.
In fact, I am almost sure, it is. You only have to put the SCSI interface
into the config file, as well!