> Sent: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 20:39:05 -0700 by David O'Brien
> + On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 12:17:14AM +0000, attila! wrote:
> + >
> + > The price is right on the 395U[W]: $41/52 and it is
> + > their newer series which uses a "TekRam 1040" chip.
> + > Has anyone used it on CURRENT --and is it supported?
> + There is support, but the driver has never been committed to FreeBSD. I
> + was willing to shepard it into the tree, but never could get my hands on
> + a 395 controller.
> + ftp://ftp.tekram.com/SCSI/3X5/FreeBSD/FreeBSD400/dc395x_trm.tar.gz
> Well, a DC395U landed on my desk yesterday from CDW
> for $42. The readme file in the same directory as the
> driver components is rather straight forward.
> Ergo-- I:
> a) added to hun's config file: device trm
> b) added to sys/conf/files: pci/dc395x_trm.c optional trm
> c) added to sys/pci: dc395x_trm.[ch]
> and said: go for it!
> Well, the compiler sang the blues and spit out a litany
> of errors (following)
Olivier Houchard ported this driver to -CURRENT. You can get it at
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