[NBLUG/talk] Scanner Setup-loading module at startup.
iansuth at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 4 20:13:01 PST 2004
Thanks Frank and Andrew I got the scanner to work.
How do I get Red Hat 9 to load the module at startup?
"alias scsi_hostadapter sym53c416 in /etc/modules.conf" does not seem to
Here is the info from cat /proc/scsi/scsi
Host: scsi1 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00
Vendor: HP Model: C2520A Rev: 3644
Type: Processor ANSI SCSI revision: 02
And from scanimage -L
device `hp:/dev/sg1' is a Hewlett-Packard C2520A flatbed scanner
device `hp:/dev/scanner' is a Hewlett-Packard C2520A flatbed scanner
On Tue, 2004-03-02 at 21:38, Andrew wrote:
> Ian Sutherland wrote on Tue, 02 Mar 2004 16:44:07 -0800:
> > Frank, Thanks for your answer. The only device in /proc/scsi/scsi is as
> > indicated;
> > Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00
> > Vendor: ATAPI Model: CD-RW 52X24 Rev: K.LC
> > Type: CD-Rom ANSI SCSI revision: 02.
> > I ran the script, seemingly without success.
> > The controller is on the ISA slot and works in Win XP.
> > xsane does not recognize the scanner.
> > There is no ScanJet listing for HP using locate.
> > "scanner" shows up in /proc/usb/
> Looks as if your Symbios Logic 53C416 SCSI controller has not
> been recognized by the kernel. What you see above is an
> "emulated" SCSI system which has been set up as an interface for
> your ATAPI (aka IDE) CD-RW drive. (All ATAPI CD-RW drives use
> SCSI emulation with the "ide-scsi" module in 2.4 kernels and
> The kernel module (aka "driver", in Windows terminology) which
> runs your Symbios Logic card is called "sym53c416.o". No surprise
> there, eh? You need to check to see if that module is loaded in
> the kernel. As root, type "lsmod" (without quotes) at a command
> line prompt. This will show you all the modules that are loaded
> in the kernel. Look for sym53c416 (without the .o at the end).
> Also see if isa-pnp is in the list, too. You may need that -- I'm
> not sure. If you don't see sym53c416 in the list, try to load it
> into the kernel with this command (still as root):
> modprobe sym53c416
> If this command spits out errors, post them to this list.
> If you don't get errors, run the lsmod command again.
> sym53c416 should now be in the list. If you see it there, go
> through Frank's instructions again. With any luck, you'll have
> your scanner up and running in no time.
> PS: If the above works, ask on the list about the proper way of
> making Red Hat load a module at startup. The above hack is only
> temporary and will go away when you reboot. I use Debian, so I
> would just run modcconf and select the module(s) I want from a
> list. Red Hat's different, though, and I don't know what tools
> they provide for selecting modules to load at boot time.
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