U1E and U2 are supported system?
brad at stop.mail-abuse.org
Sat Aug 28 15:48:29 PDT 2004
At 5:57 AM +0900 2004-08-29, Hiroki Sato wrote:
> If so, I would like to move U1E and U2E to the "Fully Supported Systems"
> section. I do not know about E3500 and E4500, but they use a different
> controller chip?
This is truly funny. The entire reason I subscribed to this
mailing list just a few minutes ago is that I got an U2 last night,
and I wanted to try to install FreeBSD on it. I read the exact same
section you quoted, and was disappointed to think that I'd have to
install OpenBSD, NetBSD, or Solaris instead.
So, are U1E and U2 now actually supported with the on-board SCSI
Brad Knowles, <brad at stop.mail-abuse.org>
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