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SubjectRe: [libata] atapi_enabled problem
Hi Randy.

Randy.Dunlap wrote:
> Yes, it should and it has worked for quite a few people in the past.
> I suspect something more like a typo. Anyway, recent kernels
> (after 2.6.16, so 2.6.17-rc*) already have atapi_enabled set to 1.

My mistake, I forgot to say I was using Maybe this
atapi_enabled=1 does appear only in 2.6.17-rc* ?

Anyway, setting atapi_enabled to '1' in the future releases should solve
my problem. So, I guess that this isn't a bug after all (just a
difficult transition :).

Thanks to all
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