iTE IT8212 card/ata problems
John Fox Maule
john at fox-maule.dk
Thu Dec 30 16:56:41 PST 2004
From: owner-freebsd-stable at freebsd.org
[mailto:owner-freebsd-stable at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Brian Szymanski
Sent: 31. december 2004 01:52
To: freebsd-stable at freebsd.org
Subject: iTE IT8212 card/ata problems
FreeBSD 5.3 on x86
I've installed an addon ATA card, an IT8212(F), and it comes in at bios
time, detects drives and such, but freebsd doesn't see it on booting. I
thought maybe this was because no drives were attached, but no dice with a
drive attached (even though the card sees this drive at boot time).
My system has a somewhat unusual ATA situation - a built in 2-port ATA
controller, another built in 2-port SATA controller, and now this card (2
port ATA as well). Is it possible that freebsd just doesn't expect so many
ata devices, or is the card just not supported?
I don't see it in hardware-i386.html, but generic ata cards have worked for
me in the past - was I just been getting lucky before?
Thanks for any ideas.
ski at indymedia.org
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