In the last episode (Jul 24), Terry Lambert said:
> "M. Warner Losh" wrote:
> > I've noticed that some of the older cam drivers are about all that is
> > in the way of making CAM truly loadable.  By that I mean having a
> > kernel with all supported devices that aren't loadable forces CAM to
> > be in the kernel because some of the SCSI devices aren't (yet)
> > loadable.  However, that's relatively easy to fix.
> I've noticed that the fact that I boot from a CDROM or a SCSI
> hard drive is in the way of making CAM loadable.  8-) 8-).

You should be able to load the theoretical CAM module with /boot/loader
with no problems, actually.
> Anything in the boot path needs to be static, by definition, or you
> face the Catch-22 of needing to load the driver in order to be able
> to load the driver.
> ...This wouldn't be a problem, if VM86 supported disk I/O, and
> you could replace drivers on the fly...

        Dan Nelson

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