Re: can't set hdparm -d1 and correct kernel config
On Wed, Oct 29, 2003 at 05:25:49AM +0000, Benedict Verheyen wrote:
> >>Use this command to see what kernel options there are and what is
> >>selected in your kernel config file located in /boot.
> >>'cat /boot/config-<kerel version> |grep DMA'
> >>- --
> >>Greg Madden
> I did this and the only options that were set are
> All the others are specified as "is not set"
> So it seems as if dma is allowed here.
(This is what my old AMD 133 MHz shows)
# grep DMA config-2.2.20
Are all jumpers (master/slave) correct, including CD / DVD drive ?
May it be worth to switch the sequence of HD / CD .. drives?