On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 12:14:12PM +0200, Arnaud Houdelette wrote:
> Andrey V. Elsukov a crit :
>> 16.04.08, 19:28, "Arnaud Houdelette" <email@example.com>:
>>> Thanks for the info. The jumper may well be in place.
>>> Still it doesn't solve the main issue, that is the controler isn't
>>> properly recognised.
>> <ATI (ID=43801002) AHCI controller> - it is ok.
>> The generic AHCI was added some time ago. So if your controller is true
>> AHCI it will be detected in this way.
>> And now we don't need to add each new device id in the
>> WBR, Andrey V. Elsukov
> I removed the jumpers, and drives are recognised as sata300.
> But I still get the "atacontrol: ioctl(IOCATADEVICES): Device not
> configured" message.
And this is on an `atacontrol list`? Hmm. It almost sounds like your
kernel is missing a device line or something, very odd. Please open a
PR on that, Soren or someone else should be able to fix it.
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