Originally Posted by jamdusr
If you don't need scsi then I would choose not to load scsi during the install, and then go back to getting it to work after you've got a successful install.
If you do need it-assuming the drive you want to install to is scsi-then you need to choose the
expert option during install and see if you can find a scsi driver that will load.
Use the <F2> thru <F4> function keys at the installer. Good luck!
I do need scsi, my system disks are on scsi. Tried expert + noprobe options, but have not found a sutable alternative driver. In my currently running system, it is well sym53c8xx that is running ok. Worth trying FC3? I think that substituting the kernel in FC4 would work, but looks complicated to me... Thanks.