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SubjectRe: serial ata cards under linux

There is no support for this card, and is not supportable until I obtain
their NDA docs. You can not simply add in the device ID and make it go.

There is only support for Silicon Image 3112.

Serial ATA requires more than basic PATA compatablity.

Cheers,

On Wed, 11 Sep 2002, Samuel Flory wrote:

> Are there any serial ata cards that work under linux? The only ones I
> know of are ata raid cards, and are bridged. I've got a promise
> PDC20375, but I don't see any sign of support for in in the linux kernel.
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