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SubjectRe: UDMA problems
On Fri, Jan 01, 1999 at 06:38:48PM -0500, Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH wrote:
> In message <199901012231.RAA19512@x15-cruise-basselope.mit.edu>, Kev writes:

> | Because SCSI is better.
> +--->8
>
> Paranoid, are we? :-)

I just want a statement from a (E)IDE guy why there is no
"eide-[add|remove]-single-device blah blah" proc-interface
(I meen device re-probing not if-reprobing).
This could make the life of notebook users (with removable disk/floppy/cdrom)
much easier...
Does nobody else miss this cool SCSI feature under IDE ?
Isn't Linux-SCSI better because of this ? ;-}
--
ciao -
Stefan

Stefan Traby phone: +43-3133-6107-2
Mitterlasznitzstr. 13 fax: +43-3133-6107-9
8302 Nestelbach mailto://stefan@sime.com
Austria

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