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Date:      Tue, 10 Sep 1996 22:08:44 -0700
From:      "David A. Stover" <smokey@teton.com>
To:        questions@FreeBSD.org
Subject:   Kernel Compilation Problems
Message-ID:  <3236495C.29C8@teton.com>

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While attempting to recompile my kernel, my Adaptec AHC2842 fails to be
recognized.

If I boot GENERIC with "-c", the ahc0 line doesn't even show, but the
system probes and finds my 2842 correctly (listing it out as an
AHC28xx), and then boots fine.

I also tried to leave the aha0 line active and comment out the ahc0 line
-- no luck there.  Controller was not detected.

I also tried to append some of the arguments from the aha0 line to the
ahc0 line; e.g. port bio irq drq and vector (all with the correct
parameters where required), changing the ahaintr to ahcintr.  On this
instance, the kernel would not even compile, failing on the ahcintr.

A friend of mine who knows BSD much better than I do has no ideas on
correcting the problem, either.

Any assistance on this would be greatly appreciated.



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