The other day I posted a message about trying to get a Zeos onboard
PCI scsi chip made by AMD to work, and I found an answer which I have
not tried yet.
Is it possible to set the built in to use INT 12? is that being used
by the IDE systems?
>Subject: Re: on board SCSI in Zeos systems
>Date: 1 Oct 1994 16:37:23 GMT
>Organization: Delft University of Technology, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
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>: Hello all,
>: I am thinking of getting a SCSI drive for my Zeos dx66, running Linux.
>: Is there anybody out there who uses the on board SCSI chip Zeos offers? I
>: would like to get an idea of how it compares with SCSIcontrollers cards, if it works with Linux, and if it works with 1GB SCSI-2 drives, for instance
>: the Seagate Barracuda. Thanks for any information,
>: Peter Tieleman
>Hey pete. I have a Zeos Pantera 90 and I use the onboard aha152x scsi chip.
>Basically, the chip works great with linux once you override Linux's desire
>to find the card at IRQ 12..
>Performance-wise, you'd be better off getting a nice PCI based scsi card.
>the Zeos scsi chip seems to be wired into the ISA bus, not the PCI system.
>I just got a QLogic PCI scsi card and under DOS the speed difference is very
>VERY noticible, I have yet to try the QLogic under Linux. (I understand
>there is a kernel patch...)
>If you'd like any more info, just let me know.
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