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Re: Installing a KZPSA card with debian (woody) on intel machine

On Mon, 2003-03-03 at 22:06, Nick Boyce wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Mar 2003 17:10:20 +0100, JAVALIN wrote:
> >I'm trying to install a KZPSA (Scsi) on an iintel machine (Pentium II
> >400) with debian.
> Erm .. isn't a KZPSA a DEC-brand card intended for use in DEC Alpha
> systems (the kind with PCI buses, rather than Futurebuses) (where
> DEC=Compaq=Hewpaq as necessary) ?
> I last saw one in a DEC Alphaserver 800.

That's the one...  With a 64-bit/66Mhz PCI interface.  Certainly it
wouldn't work on most x86 boxen.  Only very high high end systems
have the proper interface.

> I'm not at all sure you should expect it to work in an 1386 machine.

It may work.  Do SCSI BIOSs run on the host CPU or on a built-in

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