Blue & White G3s
dburcaw at terraplex.com
Sun Apr 25 12:40:22 EST 1999
The driver didn't work on Linux/PPC. It now does. Our patches have been
sent to Cort Dougan for approval.
On Sat, 24 Apr 1999, Adam Powell wrote:
> Dan Burcaw wrote:
> > Folks,
> > Our in-house development team has successfully ported the CMD646
> > driver to the Linux/PPC kernel, offering the much anticipated support
> > for the primary ATA chain. This driver supports the ultra-DMA features
> > of the chipset, allowing data transfer in excess of 30MB per second.
> > The Blue & Whites are now fully functional with ATA, SCSI, and USB.
> Er, cool! But I've been using a CMD646 IDE kernel driver since on my AlphaPC
> LX164 533 MHz since last October (2.1.116, I believe). Is this your driver,
> or have you since reinvented the wheel, or was it Alpha-specific, or am I
> missing something?
> -Adam "...the firmament sheweth His handywork" (Ps 19:1) ///
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