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RE: Tekram DC390U3W & pws433



I've used the DC390UW's in LX boards and have never had to specify a
"pci_override", so maybe someone who has a PWS can help out here.
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Tony Hoover, Network Administrator 
KSU - Salina, College of Technology
mailto:hoover@sal.ksu.edu

"Don't Blend in..."
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> From: 	Iso-H[SMTP:jd@ts.ray.fi]
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> Sent: 	Tuesday, October 02, 2001 2:22 PM
> To: 	'axp-list@redhat.com'
> Subject: 	RE: Tekram DC390U3W & pws433
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> On Tue, 2 Oct 2001, Hoover, Tony wrote:
> 
> > Yes, the TekRam DC390UW is based on the Symbios (LSI) 53C875.  The
> DC390U3W
> > is based on the Symbios (LSI) 53C1010.  The DC390UW will function as a
> boot
> > device in either SRM or AlphaBIOS.  I have not tried the 53C1010 devices
> 
>   Do you have to use setting: "pci_override -1" with DC390UW? 
>   At least PWS demands to use "-1" value if DC390UW is on 64-bit slot.
> 
> > with SRM so I can't vouch for it's bootability.  Worst case: you may
> have to
> > boot from a floppy diskette or IDE attached hard drive.
> 
>   I have one and it seems to be that SRM won't recognize it.
> 
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> > 
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> > Tony Hoover, Network Administrator 
> > KSU - Salina, College of Technology
> > mailto:hoover@sal.ksu.edu
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> > "Don't Blend in..."
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> > > Subject: 	Tekram DC390U3W & pws433
> > > 
> > >  Is Tekram DC390UW SCSI card supported on PWS433 ?
> > > 
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> > > Iso-H
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> Iso-H
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