On Tue, Oct 28, 2003 at 01:26:22PM -0600, Richard Smith wrote:
Cool. Good sluthing. Funny how it worked on lots of
without the init command.
It is an obsolete command (disappeared in ATA-6) but old drives
may need it.
already added the delay option (#ifdef) to (the ancestor of)
the driver, though it is hardcoded 31 sec (following ATA spec).
Isn't that delay the max delay that a master can wait for a slave to
Maybe, but I think I've seen this number a lot of other places
in the spec.
ATA spec is huge, and sometimes I have to refer to old versions
(I mainly use ATA-1, ATA-2 and ATA-6), it's hard to look through them.