I have a 10 GB SeaGate disk that works fine under Windows 95, not with Linux.
With W95, the Control Panel + Device Drivers + Hard Disk controllers says
it is using "standard double driver PCI-IDE", and its resources are
I/O address --- 1F0-1F7 --- 170-177
IRQ --- 14 --- 15
With Linux, when Caldera eDesktop 2.4 starts, it logs
Uniform multi-platform e-ide driver revision 6.30
IDE-0 at 0x1F0-0x1F7 on IRQ 14.
IDE-1 at 0x170-0x177 on IRQ 14.
I guess that "IRQ 14" ( two times ) makes this disk to be not reachable
( any access to this disk ends up with "lost interrupt" ).
How can I tell that "e-ide" driver to use IRQ 15 on IDE-1 ?
Thanks a lot. Sebastian.