Re: CPU recommendations *avoid Intel-Shite*
On Sun, May 04, 2003 at 11:49:54AM -0500, Ron Johnson wrote:
> On Sun, 2003-05-04 at 10:04, Jamin W. Collins wrote:
> > Right. For installation, I used a USB NIC I had on hand.
> What brand and model?
It uses the pegasus module.
> > In my case, the USB is ehci-hcd (USB 2.0), and the IDE is ide-mod
> > (and friends). The following are fairly normal rates for my IDE
> > drive in the system:
> What's ide-mod? I see it as /usr/src/linux/drivers/ide/ide-mod.o, but
> that doesn't tell me much.
> When rolling the kernel with a Via KT133 chipset, I chose $ egrep
> "_IDE|_VIA" .config |grep ^CONFIG
I tend to use a pretty stock Debian kernel configuration unless I need
something it doesn't provide. Even then, I tend to just change what I
need to. Running the above commands on my kernel's .config yields:
But again, this is just a stock Debian kernel configuration, haven't
changed anything in this area. The only modification to it so far has
been to update the usb scanner drivers.
Jamin W. Collins
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