I am using the Adaptec Ultra320 SCSI controller and version 2.0.2 of the associated driver. I installed RedHat 9.0 with the "linux dd" option to load the SCSI driver from the floppy drive. The initial installation went well and I proceeded to install the available updates including the 2.4.20-31.9 kernel.

The new updates appeared to install w/o a problem. However, when I booted the new kernel I notice that the scsi Ultra320 driver was version 1.0 and not version 2.0.2 as I had origially installed. The system will not boot with the older driver. I am able to boot using the older kernel 2.4.20-8 that was configured with the 2.0.2 version of the Ultra320 SCSI driver.

Is it possible to froce the system to boot using the new scsi driver?