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Tekram DC390-U2W, PCI, Wide Ultra2 SCSI


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Tekram DC390-U2W, PCI, Wide Ultra2 SCSI

Mark: Average

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Chip: Symbios Logic SYM53C895 Ultra2 SCSI

OS2DASD.DMD should stay definitely before os2lvm.dmd.

Short history, it should be something like this:

BaseDev=sym8xx.ADD /v
BaseDev=DANIS506.ADD /lpm:1 /PCS
BaseDev=USBMSD.ADD /MS10_OFF /floppies:0 /removables:4 /force_to_removable /v
BaseDev=DANIATAP.Flt /!scsi
BaseDev=OS2DASD.DMD
BaseDev=OS2LVM.DMD
BASEDEV=OS2ASPI.DMD /ALL

Incidentally, os2scsi.dmd doesn't matter much, if it matters at all.

 

Information is sent by: Kris Steenhaut -- 2009-01-31 15:29:39

 
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2009-05-19 10:40:51

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