On Tuesday 14 October 2003 10:04 pm, Mike Maltese wrote:
> > Why to this file and not to /etc/sysctl.conf? I have no monitor on
> > that box, so I want to make sure it is more likely to work after
> > the reboot.
> I can't remember exactly why, but trust me, it will work.
> > But why does it sets it to UDMA33, but not to UDMA66?
> Have you actually tried it yet? It should automatically set it to the
> drive's highest capability (controller allowing). Frankly, I've never
> seen a DVD drive, or any other optical drive for that matter, capable
> of DMA66, nor would it even need to be (33 is the highest I've seen).
> In any event, give it a try, I'm sure it will work.
acd0: DVDROM <ATAPI DVD-ROM 16X Maximum> at ata1-master UDMA66
The controller is capable of ata-100.
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