Re: Boot Floppies ATA100 for PPC?
>...so the only praticable way is to put linux in hda ata100 bus.
>My idea is to use the good mini iso of 183 Mb and work on it.
>I'm been able to build a bootable cdrom, but i need of a 2.88 Mb floppy
>image with ata100 compatible kernel.
>some one know if this image floppy is avaible somewhere?
The kernel isn't currently able to drive the new ATA-100 bus.
There are 3 ATA busses on this machine: the ATA-100, an ATA-66
and an ATA-33 one. Only the 2 later are currently supported by