Re: Comparison of ultra dma disks vs scsi?
I am seeing motherboards advertizing "Ultra DMA33" disk interface so maybe it
is a hardware thing.
On 02-Nov-97 Bruce Perens wrote:
> From: George Bonser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> 3.4GB Ultra/DMA that claims to be "backward compatable with E-IDE"
> Right, they are backward compatible. As far as I can tell Linux will run
> them without Ultra DMA for now.
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