Subject: Re: Any reason not to change bt0 to 0x334 for 1.2?
To: None <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: port-i386
Date: 04/26/1996 19:42:45
>Both Solaris and SCO try to dodge the 1542/BTXXX conflict by not probing for
>a BusLogic card at 0x330 in their generic kernels.  BusLogic tech support
>confirm that every SCSI card they've ever made can be set to 0x334.

Yes, but they all use 0x330 as the default.

>Does anyone see a reason to not change the location of bt0 for the 1.2
>release?  There probably isn't space to merge the kernels until there's some
>kind of compressed kernel support in the boot blocks, but it couldn't _hurt_,

I don't think it will hurt anything.  But it certainly has the
potential to be an annoyance for those who don't read the docs
carefully enough.

  Michael L. VanLoon                       
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