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Date:      Fri, 1 Jul 2005 14:22:23 -0500
From:      Scot Hetzel <swhetzel@gmail.com>
To:        Alan Jay <alan_jay_uk@yahoo.co.uk>
Cc:        freebsd-stable@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: SATA Problems - ATA_Identify timeout ERROR - using Tyan S5350
Message-ID:  <790a9fff0507011222625d82c9@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <200507012009.12308.dom@goodforbusiness.co.uk>
References:  <!~!AAAAAIva5HJa8NMRnpMAIBhIKXGk9a8A@yahoo.co.uk> <200507012009.12308.dom@goodforbusiness.co.uk>

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On 7/1/05, Dominic Marks <dom@goodforbusiness.co.uk> wrote:
> On Friday 01 July 2005 17:27, Alan Jay wrote:
> > Thanks for this - I haven't try but will do so - but I do need a
> > little help. I have downloaded the STABLE version and put it onto my
> > machines.  Do I have to compile the ATA driver into the system and if
> > so how do I do so (sorry to ask no instructions on the web site
> > below).
>=20
> This should be the procedure, but I could be wrong.
>=20
>  o Get a fresh RELENG_5
>  o Copy the ata mkIII update to your source tree

 Instead of just copying the files into your source tree, you should
 rename the following directories:

     sys/modules/ata sys/modules/ata-old   (if it exists)
     sys/dev/ata         sys/dev/ata-old

NOTE: Just incase you wish to go back to the old ata driver.

Then extract the ata mkII update into your source tree.

>  o Apply the diff for RELENG_5 to your source tree
>  o Build a fresh world + kernel
>=20
> For proper instructions Google about for sos@freebsd.org's original
> instructions. I think the subject was 'UPDATE: ATA mkIII patches'
> or something along those lines.
>=20

Scot



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