Re: potato & udma100
On Sun, May 27, 2001 at 09:48:15AM +0200, Sebastian Ezequiel Ovide wrote:
> hi, can someone splain me how can i install a potato on a new machine
> width udma100 ?
If your motherboard supports udma100 directly then you might want to try
installing with cd #4 or use the udma66 boot disk (floppy).
Hopefully that will get you installed and from there you can upgrade
(compile udma100 support into kernel) your system to udma100.
If you have a promise card, attach your hard drive directly to the
motherboard, install and then compile support into your kernel for
udma100, change your /etc/fstab to reflect the change, put the promise card in
and reboot. The link below gives information on upgrading to kernel
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