Roman Drahtmueller (draht2@rzlin1.ruf.uni-freiburg.de)
Fri, 24 Jul 1998 07:31:08 +0200 (MEST)

Ehm, I ask here since nobody (apparently) maintains the aha1542
driver: Could somebody please tell me how to start a second aha1542B
from the commandline? The driver obviously supports multiple cards,
but my second one keeps on snoring, independently from (multiple)
kernel commandline options. Addvice appreciated.

Ah, btw, talking performance of small machines:

The box is a 486DX/33 w/ 8 MB RAM, running diskless (unable to boot
from local disk), swapping locally, serving NFS from a software raid0
(4 GB) on 6 old Fujitsus at an NFS throughput of around 330 kB/s, also
running apache. It's 2.0.33-34-pre4. swap usage is around 1-4 MB (1.5
with noone logged on), uptime 48 days. I used to run X on it, too, to
display network status, but it is so ugly it's a shame. I love it! :-)

Computer Center University of Freiburg, Germany.
"The whole world is about three drinks behind." (Humphrey Bogart)

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