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Adaptec 2940W adaptor not recognised by Redhat Linux 3.03

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Does anyone know where to get a kernel which supports the above adaptor for REDHAT 3.03 (Intel platform)??
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rrandy earned 100 total points
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Any recent kernel will do.  Try http://www.sunsite.unc.edu and follow the links for LINUX and KERNEL.
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Thanx rrandy.
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