Subject: Re: FW: NetBSD File Systems
To: None <>
From: Ken Hornstein <>
List: tech-embed
Date: 03/05/2001 23:41:17
>If you're not building a host that performs a critical security function,
>much of this may not apply to you -- but I thought it might be useful to
>you to know what I did.  Another benefit of using ATA flash is that with
>the right cable, any machine that can boot from an IDE *disk* can boot from
>them; ATA flash parts all act like IDE disks if connected to an IDE bus or
>PCMCIA IDE *controllers* if you put them in a PCMCIA slot.  This can let

Just curious: where do you get the IDE->CompactFlash cable from?  I've
seen the PCMCIA "sleds", of course ...