Subject: Re: some perplexity
To: Dante Profeta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Charles M. Hannum <email@example.com>
Date: 09/25/1998 09:29:23
It's perfectly reasonable to have separate drivers for different
hardware devices. You don't need to smoosh them together just because
they have the same company logo on the box.
> On the other hand these two drivers would be the only ones in the whole
> system having the same manufacturer and the same bus architecture.
Actually, there is at least one other example: the Adaptec 1542
(`aha') and Adaptec 1522 (`aic'), which are both ISA SCSI controllers.
(Although this is a little different in that one is a `smart' board
and the other is a `dumb' board.)