What is ata2 ?
rees at ddcom.co.jp
Wed Apr 27 01:23:23 PDT 2005
> > It's also been suggested that this may be on a
> > multifunction card, which would typically be a
> > multimedia card.
> OK, I will soon shut the system down and inspect
> the inside of the box.
Was going to complain that you hadn't done that earlier, but maybe
you've been in the middle of a long build world or something.
> For now, another, possibly silly, question:
> If this is indeed a multifunctional multimedia card,
> then does that mean I can connect another harddisk
> to this card, and it will be recognized as a
> harddisk on ata2 ?
However, if freeBSD does what some other OSses do when it sees the added
disk, you may find you need to edit /etc/fstab .
> And connect my speakers at the speaker connectors
> and play music with the very same card?
Maybe. Probably. Won't know unless you try it.
> And, eh, this is a rather old PC.
> Dmesg says:
> CPU: Pentium II/Pentium II Xeon/Celeron
> (239.83-MHz 686-class CPU)
I kind of expected that.
Joel Rees <rees at ddcom.co.jp>
digitcom, inc. 株式会社デジコム
Kobe, Japan +81-78-672-8800
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