On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 10:02:45AM +0100, Adam Funk wrote:
I thought this sounded promising but it resists my attempts to set DMA, probably because I don't know what I'm doing. (/dev/hda is the CD/DVD-writer on this machine.) Am I missing or misusing some options?
No, but there maybe two things: 1) Do you have the chipset driver installed (compiled into the kernel or loaded as module)? Look at dmesg output, what your kernel says about your hardware. 2) You don't have a chipset supported by linux. Yes, this may happen. You could post the output of lspci and dmesg. Shade and sweet water! Stephan -- | Stephan Seitz E-Mail: Nur-Ab-Sal@gmx.de | | WWW: http://fsing.rootsland.net/~stse/ | | PGP Public Keys: http://fsing.rootsland.net/~stse/pgp.html |
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