RE: tekram dc-390u2w
the driver supplied by Tekram does not compile with newer kernels.
It seems to be unsupported and discontinued by Tekram. So there's
no real option, is there?
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> Sent: Monday, July 17, 2000 7:07 AM
> To: tjm
> Cc: debian_user_list
> Subject: Re: tekram dc-390u2w
> No idea if their driver has anything over the stock kernel
> driver. Only
> thing I notice with my u2w was the lack of activity light after kernel
> boot. Of course my new case doesn't even have a second HDD light. :/
> On Sun, 16 Jul 2000, tjm wrote:
> > Hi. I'm about to install a tekram dc390u2w scsi
> > adapter and attach a seagate drive and was wondering
> > if anyone is aware of whether there is any advantage
> > to using either of the sym53c8xx or the drivers from
> > the Tekram site (dc390x-ncr).