Many. Having a root partition on HDE (the UDMA66 channel) is a bit
> awkward. If anything dodgy happens, you have to swap the thing over to the
> HDA channel, as standard kernels, like on a rescue disk or a boot CDROM
> don't support it. You are supposed to be able to just add
> "IDE2=0xd800,0xdc00" to the lilo line, but it doesn't always work.
>Speaking of BP6 problems, I've been having a similar problem. I use address
ranges 0xd400,0xd800 and irq 11. Unfortunately, this conflicts exactly with my
3c905 network card. They work fine together in NT and Win95 (well they did when
they were still working) but when I start linux I get a message like "ide2 not
found" and then I get a Kernal panic and it just craps out.
My question, any one know how to change the io range of the hpt366? Is it as
simple as changing the line ide2=.... to something else?
Paul Askins <:)
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