Re: Strange SCSI controller
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On June 21, 2004 20:59, Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 04:47:36PM -0400, Tyson Whitehead wrote:
> > Now if we can get whatever patch is stopping my CMD IDE controller from
> > working revoked as well, and my ALSA patch for the ES18xx applied, I'll
> > be able to start using Debian kernels again (that would be a good thing)!
> Does booting with ide=nodma make any difference for your IDE controller?
The problem was I didn't know what I was doing. Seems like you have to
modprobe in ide-generic after the specific chipset driver in order to
complete the initialization procedure.
Not sure if that's by design or accident. I wrote a message to the
debian-kernel list about it (and the ALSA patch). Haven't got any responses
PS: I do get data corruption on writting if I load the cmd64x driver before
ide-generic. I'm pretty sure it's because it enables the (buggy) DMA engine.
PPS: Thanks for all the work you are doing to get the core-cia.c patch
revoked! I'm looking forward to having working Debian kernels again!
Tyson Whitehead (-email@example.com -- WSC-)
Computer Engineer Dept. of Applied Mathematics,
Graduate Student- Applied Mathematics University of Western Ontario,
GnuPG Key ID# 0x8A2AB5D8 London, Ontario, Canada
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