On Sat, 3 Feb 2001, John P . Looney wrote:
> a 2.4 kernel for this motherboard. You can pass hdparm "-X69" to get
> proper hard disk performance on UDMA100 drives.
no.. probably not a good idea to use hdparm -X with 2.4. If your 2.4
kernel supports UDMA it will enable it on boot - otherwise leave it
alone, there's probably a good reason it isn't enabled. :)
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