Doh, mixed up my ata's! I was digging around at asus's site recently, and
looked at that board. But I forgot about the ata100, and so I thought your
problem was ata66 wasn't working. Like joonas, I haven't used it, but I
remember reading about the ata100 patch a while back. It is supposed to work
From: George Frederick Viamontes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: installation
Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 21:45:51 -0500 (EST)
On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, M Joonas Pihlaja wrote:
> Hi George,
> I had this same problem just a week ago with the same
> motherboard. You don't specify which Debian release you have,
> but I think Potato doesn't have support for ATA-100 in the
> kernel. You're on the right track though:
> i) Put your HD on the normal udma66 bus and then you can
> install Debian.
> ii) Get and apply the ATA-100 kernel patches from
> to your kernel sources, compile, and install.
> I haven't personally done ii) yet, so I can't give you more
> specific advice there. Maybe woody has the new patches, anyone?
> Joonas Pihlaja
> P.S. Hello to the list from a new Debian-user!
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Thanks Joonas and Greg! I'll give all this a try and let you know how it
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