> [top-posting corrected]
>>>The Promise SATA150 TX2plus/TX4 controllers have a chip marked
>>>pdc20275 and PCI ID 0x3375. This is different from the ID listed in
>>>pci_ids.h for the same name. Apperently it's a different chip. Has
>>>anyone heard of any upcoming support for this chip in linux? I've
>>>heard rumors of support for both Highpoint and Silicon Images SATA
>>>chips, so where's the Promise support?
>>I think the chip you're referring to is actually a PDC20376, as on
>>some motherboards (Asus A7V8X)... I have tried very hard to make it
>>work with a 2.4.20 kernel, but with no success so far.
> The chip is marked PDC20275 SATA150. The pci id doesn't match that of
> a regular 20276 either.
You're right, the PDC20376 is #3376, as shown at:
http://www.yourvote.com/pci/vendors.txt. Unfortubately, the 3375 is not
there! But note that the TX2/TX4 cards have the same functionalities as
the Asus A7V8X MoBo, so I would think the driver could be the same...
Please keep us posted if you find anything as it might solve mey problem