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I am using Linux on an embedded device. When I run menuconfig and go into the driver option the scsi option is not available. I want to develop my own ...
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    I am using Linux on an embedded device. When I run menuconfig and go into the driver option the scsi option is not available. I want to develop my own SATA driver so these options available.

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    Jon

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    did you start w/a vanilla kernel (from kernel.org)? what version are you using? i see it in my 2.6.30 source, under Device Drivers -> SCSI Device Support.

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    The kernel version is 3 and I didnt get it directly from kernel.org. What I would like to know is what are the files that menuconfig uses to display its options. Then I can modify them to get the scsi options back.

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