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SubjectRe: siimage driver
Andre Hedrick wrote:

>Until the device ordering can be sorted out, your pain will be the
>ide0=0x1f0,0x3f6,14 ide1=0x170,0x376,15
>Andre Hedrick
>LAD Storage Consulting Group
>On Thu, 12 Jun 2003, John T Copeland wrote:
>>A couple of questions if you please.
>>1) When I compile the siimage driver into the kernel, the ide buses are
>>scanned in the following order:
>> IDE0 - SATA primary - hda, hdb
>> IDE1 - SATA secondary - hdc, hdd
>> IDE2 - ATA tertiary - hde, hdf
>> IDE3 - ATA quandrary hdg, hdh
>>I want the ATA to be IDE0/1 and SATA to be IDE2/3. I have noticed from
>>some of the posts about the siimage driver on the ASUS nforce2 mobo this
>>is the apparent order scanned. My mobo is an Abit NF7-S nforce2. Is
>>there someway of controlling the order of scannin the IDE buses? I
>>tried append="ide=reverse" to no avail.
>>2) To try and get the nforce2 IDE buses scanned first, I compiled
>>siimage as a module, but when I did an "insmod siimage" I get an
>>unresolved external, "noautodma", in siimage.
>>I'd appreciate any help you can offer.
>>John Copeland
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Thanks Andre, that gets the job done.

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