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[ale] What's the difference from Ultra IDE and EIDE?



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Ultra IDE is the new mutation of EIDE with the usuals: bigger and faster
disks.  The following should answer any questions one might have:

http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/mini/Ultra-DMA.html

N.B. - I had asked yesterday how to get my Promise UIDE controller to work,
and this of course answered all my questions.  RTFM.

- - Ken

At 07:11 PM 9/4/98 -0700, Christopher Smiga wrote:
>I've noticed fixed disks are now Ultra IDE instead of EIDE.  Are there
>limitations to EIDE versus Ultra IDE?  Are they one in the same, or
>just larger drives?  Does Linux support these Ultra IDE devices? 
>Could someone shine a light on this for me?
>


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