Thanks for the tip on CD drives and harddrives being
on the same channel. It was just setup that way when
I got my computer. I may play around with it.
Anwyays, I talked to suse support and they told me
to give the configurations during boot time
hda=blah, hdb=blah, hdc=blah hdd=blah
and it worked. However, I'm bothered by the
startup output. It states that hdd is 'non-eide' drive.
I'll play around with it more. Thanks for all
the help. Guys.
> >I have the following hardware:
> >Primary Master 8GB (contains Win 98)
> >Primary Slave DVD-ROM (ATAPI)
> Not supported.
> >Secondary Master Kenwood CDROM 52x (ATAPI)
> >Secondary Slave 8GB (will contain SuSE 6.1)
> ..and this is not a good idea, since the CDROM drive will slow
> down your HD access speeds.
> >My problem is, I boot from CDROM, and when YaST starts,
> >if I look at System Information, YaST does not recognize
> >the second drive, thus I can't install on second drive.
> I'd try it without the DVD-drive, or with explicitely telling it to
> read /dev/hdd . Note: /dev/hdb does not exist in your setup.
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