Subject: PMAZ-A and DEC 3000/600
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matt Dainty <email@example.com>
Date: 08/25/2002 13:21:22
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I'm trying to get the PMAZ-A in my DEC 3000/600 recognised by the NetBSD
kernel, but it gets skipped on boot. I've tried to built a new kernel
with support included but I get config errors "A asc cannot attach to a
With googling for older posts, I get the feeling that the PMAZ-A is much
slower than the built-in dual SCSI, but I only intend to hang slow
devices on it, so no real problem there. Also it appears there's no
reason why it shouldn't work, hence my attempt.
I read one post that the driver is in the pmax tree and should be in the
shared/tc tree, but I don't know if that's still the case.
"Phased plasma rifle in a forty-watt range?"
"Hey, just what you see, pal"
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