slave-mike at rv1.dynip.com
Fri Nov 7 21:34:52 PST 2003
If your hard drive is IDE, then /dev/da0 is definately wrong. :)
This is presuming of course that rawio doesn't do anything *bad* to your
Rishi Chopra wrote:
> I am newbie who just installed RawIO ('cd /usr/ports/benchmarks/rawio',
> 'make install') but am having trouble running the benchmark.
> I run 'pkg_info -L rawio-1.2' to see that the program is installed in
> /usr/local/bin/rawio. To run the program, I used:
> '/usr/local/bin/rawio -a /dev/da0'
> but the only ouput is a list of command-line switches and their definitions.
> Am I doing something wrong? My system only has 1 hard drive, and I've tried
> using /dev/rasr0 with the same result.
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