On Tue, 17 Aug 2004, Benjamin Sobotta wrote:


I don't know about the controller but in general this should work. Just make
proper adjustments in your BIOS. I'm booting FreeBSD from an SATA RAID0.
Works perfectly fine.
My BIOS doesn't show any boot options for SATA, neither does the controller.
I can install FreeBSD from CD on the SATA drive, but the boot manager seems to lead nowhere.
I guess my mainboard is too old for that.

But that doesn't really matter: I am going to divide the disk up and mount it on my old system.


On Tuesday 17 August 2004 07:53, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote:

I just started playing around with my new SATA disk (with SATA
150 TX2plus controller on -CURRENT). I can mount and format it

Is it generally posssible to boot from such a disk (different
question would be if it made sense to do so)?
My SATA drive is recognized as ata2-master.

        |    Peter Ulrich Kruppa    |
        |         Wuppertal         |
        |          Germany          |
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