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2940AU and SUSE 5.3 (Kernel 2.0.35)

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when trying to boot I get the following message:
SCSI host 0 abort (pid 0) timed out resetting
SCSI bus is being rest for host 0 channel 0 ...trying harder

How can I solve the problem?
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by:c4lv1n
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seems you have got a SCSI termination problem. Adaptecs 294x XX will not perform a SCSI reset if the termination is not set up correctly...
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by:glanzer
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Term was OK. but the settings in the bios weren't. The problem is now solved:
new Board - no Problems
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nobbs earned 200 total points
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get the new driver aic7xxx-5.1.0-pre10 at ftp://ftp.dialnet.net/pub/linux/aic7xxx
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