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Re: pushing netbsd-5 (Was: bootloader)
Michael Schwingen wrote:
> > netbsd-MILAN-ISAIDE.gz
> > A kernel specifically tuned for the MILAN using IDE in ISA mode.
> > netbsd-MILAN-PCIIDE.gz
> > A kernel specifically tuned for the MILAN using IDE in PCI mode.
> just wondering: what is the purpose of those two different kernels?
> The Milan has a fixed onboard PCI IDE controller.
I don't know Atari machines, but cvs log said:
>> Everything you always wanted to know about Atari,Milan,IDE and byteswaps...
>> The Milan configuration is split up in 2 parts:
>> - MILAN_ISAIDE
>> Supports the traditionally formatted IDE disks on the Milan
>> - MILAN_PCIIDE
>> Supports the byte swapped formatted IDE disks on the Milan
So, the former looks used only for old (bug?) compatibility.
The latter one also have all other PCIIDE devices put on PCI slots,
but I don't know if they are confirmed working.
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