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SubjectRe: More pata_ stuff
On Sunday 04 February 2007 18:20, Patrick Ale wrote:
> On 2/4/07, Robert Hancock <> wrote:
> > ata_piix should drive that chipset. Was that driver enabled in the
> > kernel configuration, and if it's built modular is the initrd, etc. set
> > up to load it on boot?
> Hi,
> Yep, piix was configured as built-in, I don't use ramdisks.
> And, the SD driver is configured built-in aswell.
> Hence, this is more or less the same kernel config as I used with my
> Gigabyte GA-VAXP Ultra mainboard. The things I changed in this new
> config are:
> - Enable SMP
> - Enable ata_piix
> - CPU Type set to Pentium II

And this config has clearly:

# CONFIG_ATA_PIIX is not set

Which for a PIIX4 chipset is what you want. Somewhat confusingly:


Should be "n", I've been told.


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