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On Wed, 29 Apr 2009 19:04:43 +0100
Clive Wagenaar <clivewagenaar@gmail.com> wrote:

> Has Fusion-IO managed to release the ioxtreme yet?

Yes, we got our hands on a 80GB unit this morning. They're out in the
United Kingdom. It was 3600GBP + VAT.

> Can you deliver to Ireland?

You should probably talk to DiamondPoint, which is where ours came from:
http://www.dpie.com/contact.html

They should be responsive, but if not, e-mail me and I'll get you a
direct contact.

> I take it one would have to compile the drivers from source if ones
> kernel is later than the drivers they have on their site for ones
> kernel?

- From what I can see they offer kernel sources. The OS selection is a
bit pedestrian, but with some searching you can find a tarball.

> Will the driver be incorporated into the Linux kernel
> directly?

If you talk to FusionIO, please suggest Greg's staging tree to them.
They could submit their current driver and have volunteers improve on
it until it gets to a state where it can enter the mainline kernel.

Regards,
Tony V.
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