Re: HPT366 ate my IDE controllers
From: Gene Heskett
Date: Thu Dec 04 2003 - 22:52:44 EST
On Thursday 04 December 2003 21:15, Rahsheen Porter Sr. wrote:
>When I boot 2.6.0test11 on my Abit BP6, it *only* sees the HPT366
>controllers. The other 2 controllers built in to the mobo don't show
>up at all. All I see is what's plugged into the 2 HPT366
>So my root partition, which resides on /dev/hde1 with 2.4.20,
> becomes /dev/hda1. And my extra partitions that were on /dev/hdg
> are on /dev/hdc. This wouldn't be a problem accept that what was on
> /dev/hda and hdc are now gone.
>What would cause the kernel to totally ignore the built in
I'd bet a small amount that there is something in the bios you've set
that is making that decision for you. Probably a boot offboard
controllers first or some such.
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