On the EPIA-MII the CF is part of the PCMCIA and does not connect to the ide
bus at any time... So the only way I can get access to the CF is through
ide-cs. I do have an adaptor on order (CD-IDE) to help with this issue, but
I would much rather use the onboard CF. The less cables the smaller the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adam Sulmicki" <adam(a)cfar.umd.edu>
To: "Adam Talbot" <talbotx(a)comcast.net>
Cc: "Ronald G. Minnich" <rminnich(a)lanl.gov>;
Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 5:35 AM
Subject: Re: Build error on the EPIA-M
If I can boot
off the onboard CF device what device does it come up as?
> Here is the problem I am running into:
> On the stock bios I can not boot off the CF, so I boot off a hard disk.
> Well, when I add linuxbios, the system will be asking for data before
> hard disk will be ready. My hard disk has a 5~7
sec spin up time. So in
> I plan to boot off the CF so solve this problem.
OK, fixed the spin up
> problem, but brought up a new problem. My
current kernel config loads
> ide-cs (access to the CF) after software suspend
2. So software suspend
> not work, as it can't read the software
suspend file during boot;
> not loaded yet, and I don't know how to
change the device loading order
ide-cs ? that's part of pcmcia, it shouldn't have anything to do with cf
at all if you are are connecting CF via IDE bus (which is the way you
should do it, and which should the the way if it is on board cf device).
Linuxbios mailing list