On Wed, 22 Nov 2006, Christopher Sean Hilton wrote: > In all likelyhood FreeBSD needs some quirk to work with the IDE bridge > chipset in your enclosure. I have noticed that the plain jane enclosures > seem to work fine but the ones with special features fail. In particular > I have an enclosure with both a disk and an SD media slot purchased from > and branded by Compusa that does not work with FreeBSD. I have also > noticed that the enclosures with a one touch backup button aren't > supported. I unfortunately do not know how to debug these enclosures.
Well, it looks like we have a winner (loser, actually). This has the "1 button instant backup" feature. I didn't expect that to work, I just presumed that this sort of application was sufficiently generic that existing drivers would at least function with it. > They tend to be so cheap that I just home in on the ones that are > supported. I've noticed that the local Best Buy is carrying an Adaptec > enclosure. I have two of the 2.5" ones and they seem to work fine. > Here's a link to the 3.5" version which I assume uses that same chipset > as the 2.5" one: Would you or anyone happen to have a link to a more comprehensive list to those that are supported, or which of the required drivers I should look at for that info? Thanks again! James Smallacombe PlantageNet, Inc. CEO and Janitor [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://3.am ========================================================================= _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"