Re: Debian on embedded...
thanks for the information.
I have seen the link on "http://www.linuxsa.org.au/mailing-list/2001-
The 'cure' for hdparm -mX /dev/hda is not quite correct, well at least on my
system I could only set it to 0 or 1, not to 32...
But I did tweak my solid-state drive with hdparm, booting with USB was indeed
not a option...
But the real problem was the crusoe processor. Transmeta has a technologie
called 'longrun' and my system did boot up in economy mode with it's power
setting of 0.
I change the frequency and core voltage settings with longrun to maximal
performance and nos the system runs without a itch. Currently I have even the
touchpanel working under X :D
Citeren Justin Cormack <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Sun, 2004-05-09 at 15:47, email@example.com wrote:
> > Hey Justin,
> > the error I receive is:
> > no DRQ after issuing WRITE
> > ide0 reset: success
> > And after a few minutes to a few hours or when the system is under higher
> > (copying large files is enough) I get that error.
> > My kernel where all i386 kernels, currently I try a 2.4.26 kernel epcially
> > the crusoe processor. It might be so that the frequency (longrun system) is
> > set correctly so I'll try that first.....
> hmm, you still didnt say what the device was. Sounds like either it has
> problem or there are quirks with your ide chipset. output of lspci and
> kernel config might help.
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