Subject: Re: Qube 2 - 1.6.1 and 3
To: Alex Pelts <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Nick Pettefar <Nick@Pettefar.com>
Date: 01/10/2007 21:45:41
On 10 Jan 2007, at 21:39, Alex Pelts wrote:
> Just curious why buy another? If I sold mine I would buy something
> more powerful. Compiles are a big pain on that machine.
> Nick Pettefar wrote:
>> Hi Pete,
>> We corresponded a while back. I am the guy with the Qube 2 that
>> to do what you did with the Promise ATA 100 card but it only worked
>> for a short while and then the Promise card wasn't recognised any
>> by the Qube 2. I am thinking of selling my Qube 2 on eBay and buying
>> another because I do not know what to do to make it recognise it
>> - it's like some switch was set somewhere but I don't know where! I
>> have bought other Promise ATA 100 and even 133 cards but they aren't
>> recognised either! I really wanted to use this Qube 2 as a NAS and
>> web file server.
>> I am using a Sun Ultra 60 instead now.
>> Nick - frustrated.
>> On 10/01/07, Pete Rushmere <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> On Wednesday 10 January 2007 20:12, Alex Pelts wrote:
>>> > I don't have a large disk connected but I heard reports of
>>> 250GB drives
>>> > working with Qube.
>>> Hi All,
>>> I have two 300GB drives installed, although they are on
>>> the Promise card, NOT
>>> the internal IDE channel....
>>> The manual said Windows XP or better, so I installed FreeBSD...