Adaptec 1460 (APA1460A) PCMCIA SCSI

Adaptec 1460 (APA1460A) PCMCIA SCSI

Post by QuestionExchang » Sat, 15 Apr 2000 04:00:00

The Adaptec 1460 is officially supporet by the PCMCIA-Modules
of the latest Linux-Kernel, you don't patch the kernel to get
support for this Card.
See also the official List of supportet PCMCIA-Cards:
I hope this helps you.

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I am looking at purchasing this PC-Card scsi device 2nd hand. I can't seem
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The pcmcia-howto is not very helpful. It only indicates that most PC-Card
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pcmcia code (which I can't seem to find) to link into the driver.

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