On Wed, 19 May 2004, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> Agreed, besides, kernel 2.6 picks them up as SCSI devices
That depends. Some SATA controller drivers are implemented by
plugging into the Linux SCSI midlayer (most notable the libata
drivers), some plug into the IDE layer. Some controllers have both
libata and IDE drivers. Eg the Sil31xx controllers have both an IDE
layer driver (SiImage) and SCSI layer (sata_sil).
> Heeeeelp !
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