What about AIC-7890?
> There are a lot of pieces of hardware RH doesn't "support." But that's
> just a way to weed you from any support calls to RH for the price you paid
> for their CD.
> The 7895 chip set is apparently supported in 2.0.34. I'll know the
> truth a bit more personally tomorrow.... As to the original question
> about "Tyan Thunder-100 MoBo," from 2.0.34 kernel
> "aic7xxx=7895_irq_hack:x" - This option enables some work around code
> to fix a bug in the Tyan Thunder II motherboard BIOS. The BIOS
> incorrectly sets the IRQs on the two channels of the 7895 to two
> different values even though the motherboard hardware doesn't
> support this mode of operation. The valid values for x are: 0 to
> force both channels to use the IRQ assigned to Channel A, 1 to force
> both channels to use the IRQ assigned to Channel B, and -1 will
> disable this horrible abomination of a hack. The default is
> disabled (-1).
> > I have heard that the Adaptec 78xx chip works but is not supported under
> > Redhat 5.x - I assume that means a third party driver.
> > Chris Cantwell
> >>has anyone sucessfully configured linux to work with a AIC-7895
> >>chipset. im looking at purchasing a Tyan Thunder-100 MoBo and i would
> >>like to verify linux support for all the onboard features.
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