32bit Cardbus CF adaptor

Dan Baryon mymail7799 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 19 13:22:30 GMT 2004

Thanks a lot. I will get one and try.
The adaptor is in fact developed by ASKA corp in Japan, and there is
a little more information on the site 

--- Pavel Roskin <proski at gnu.org> wrote:
 > On Wed, 18 Feb 2004, Pavel Roskin wrote:
 > > The Windows driver contains many references to
 > SCSI, which only confirms
 > > that the card is seen as a disk, not as a PCMCIA
 > bridge.
 > >
 > > It may have a supported SCSI chip, but it's more
 > likely that you'll have
 > > to write a SCSI driver for it.
 > Sorry, I looked in cf32ax.inf again, at it appears
 > that some references to
 > SCSI are commented out and replaces with ATA.  So it
 > may be an ATA
 > adaptor, which are supported.  Chances are much
 > better in this case.
 > Even it it doesn't work out of box, all necessary
 > code is already in the
 > kernel, you'll just need to add some IDs to the
 > tables of supported
 > devices.

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