Re: SCSI problem
--- Konstantin Starodubtsev <email@example.com> wrote:
> > related "feature". You have a non-name SCSI controller, didn't you?
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Never heard about such "brand" :)
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My chipset is VIA. Normally the support of chipset is getting better with new
versions of kernel (progress as one says :-). What about to change controller
"temporary" to a good one and see if the same problem occurs again? If not than
make the "change" permanent. 2000 km is a little bit too far to visit often :)
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