Re: HDPARM question
- From: Michael Soibelman <don't-even-try@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2007 17:38:21 -0700
Darrell Stec wrote:
Michael Soibelman wrote:
I am having another bout of brain fade (recently turned 50) and can't
find the KDE gui (was that Yast or Personal Settings ?) for adjusting the
mode of a hard drive. Please refresh my memory.
P.S. This is my first post using 10.3, which I have now installed on 5
boxes. So far this is a big improvement over 10.2 though some of the
improvement may be due to the fact that a lot of hacking on 10.2 messed
things up ! For now, and for the first time in a while I left off the
gnome unstable installation source as that was causing troubles. Thanks
for pointing that out Houghi. Yes Unstable means...Unstable...duh.
YAST --> System --> IDE DEVICES_FORCE_IDE_DMA.
Hmmmmm.. ? Using 10.3 I see these modules:
Yast -> System:
1. /etc/sysconfig editor
2. Date and Time
4. Profile Manager
5. System Restoration
6. System Settings
7. Boot Loader
10. System Backup
11. System Services (Runlevel)
No IDE Devices_Force_IDE_DMA or anything like that. Yast sees the disk as a
SATA drive so maybe I need to install the Yast module for SCSI drives (this
is /dev/sda). Perhaps me thinks but I'll wait until I finish the download
I'm doing now (1.2 GB remaining) as I've finally taken the time to go
through the entire alphabetical listing of available packages and
added 'some' of what I want...
Oh the joy !
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