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Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. Join our community today! Maybe try hdparm to see if it can read a model number of the drive. IDE mode does not allow for either of these functions.
I expect this to solve the T60 problem, so I provide the patch here, as this wiki helped me so much with my laptop. Sign up using Email and Password. Views Read View source View history.
CONFIG_SCSI_ATA_PIIX: Intel PIIX/ICH SATA support
I applied it about two weeks ago, and it works since. All the modules listed in lsmod should be in the source tree, in the form modname.
First install the Debian kernel sources package. LFS is a project that provides you with the steps necessary to build your own custom Linux system.
This question might be a dupe of that. Maybe look to see if you can find user or service manuals for your laptop I assume it is a laptop based on the fact it’s using a “mobile” Sara.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_SCSI_ATA_PIIX: Intel PIIX/ICH SATA support
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Of course if there is no low-level driver for the chipset then even using the harddisk via libata will linuz, but that’s a different story. The other catch is that if you suspend from a console rather than X, you get a black screen. The logs on F12 is full of io error. Email Required, but never shown. Can the patch from rosenfeld be applied also to the FC5 kernelsource?
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Visit the following links: The reason that you are seeing IDE in there is actually quite simple: Finding the problem in the suspend2 patch should be an easy task. To get all just run: A legacy standard dating back to the s. I had the problem on my T43 with Debian Etch-n-half Linux 2. You have a SATA hard drive. Find More Posts by accp-james.
Where was I supposed to find this info? May be useful for somebody: Can anyone confirm this?