On Mar 25, 2005 7:24 PM, Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com> wrote:
> SATA functions are processed
> by a pair of Silicon Image SiI3112A chips. The latter fact would seem
> to suggest that one would use the sata_sil or siimage drivers (for
> Silicon Image) -- but the Intel docs claim that one should use the
> standard open-source "gdth" driver.
>> WTF? Now, I'm confused.
I don't understand why - if you recognised a SCSI controller on a SCSI
ICP card, would you expect to talk to that, or to the ICP controller?
Why would you expect to do anything different for a SATA ICP card?
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