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  1. #11
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    Dolda - Is thre anything that can be done about this??? if not, I'm going to have to go back to windows just to acheive a usable state for my system... which sucks since I'll run LINUX in VMWARE most of the time anyway...

    Cole

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    What I wanted to see was what it looks like when the IDE driver gets initialized. Your previous post is indubitably disturbing, though. It would seem as if at least a vanilla kernel doesn't support that chipset. If anything, you can subscribe to the LKML and ask them over there.

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    LKML?????

    Could you offer any more information on LKML??? I'm assuming it's the Linux Kernel Mailing List... where do I go to subscribe??? linux.org?

    Thanks for your help Dolda!!!

    Cole

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    Indeed it is the Linux Kernel Mailing List. See http://vger.kernel.org/, or just send a mail to majordomo@vger.kernel.org containing the text "subscribe linux-kernel".

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