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SubjectRe: SATA/IDE Dual Mode w/Intel 945 Chipset or HOW TO LIQUIFY a flash IDE chip under 2.6.18
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On Wed, Jan 10, 2007 at 09:58:21AM -0500, Jeff Garzik wrote:
> Enhanced mode means separate SATA and PATA.
>
> (I recommend avoiding the "IDE" acronym, it is largely meaningless and
> confusing these days)

Good idea.

> We're talking about Linux here. Linux regularly supports hardware
> before Windows does. This is nothing new.

That is certainly true. I just found it odd that intel wouldn't have an
ahci driver available. But then again if ahci is standard I guess they
would expect microsoft to provide the driver instead, which they
probably aren't doing until vista. Linux always seems so much easier.
:) The drivers are just included for everything.

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Len Sorensen
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