Subject: Re: NetBSD supports this ....?
To: Ross Harvey <email@example.com>
From: Wilko Bulte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/12/1999 21:29:53
As Ross Harvey wrote...
> > From: "Kevin P. Neal" <email@example.com>
> > Does NetBSD support the "KZPAA-AA"?
> > It's a PCI scsi card, narrow, single-ended. That's about all I
> > know about it since search.digital.com has been broken since at
> > least noon and I don't know exactly where at digital.com to look.
FYI: your run-of-the-mill Taiwanese NCR810 board will also work. I've had
both 'genuine' KZPAA and NCR810s in my Alpha and both worked just fine.
> > Plus, 1-800-DIGITAL was next to useless since the tech guy I talked
> > to didn't know anything at all other than the info above.
> > Yes, I'm irritated. Sorry for ranting.
> Yes, actually, that's kind of the cannonical alpha SCSI controller.
> Besides NetBSD support, it has the advantage of being one of the few
> SCSI cards that will be recognized by your SRM firmware.
Very true. The alternative would be to get some Qlogic board. Most
SRMs understand them too.
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