OS X equivalent of linux cmd "hdparm -X34 /dev/hda"
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 2004 11:11:35 +0100
I've been able to run linux on a REV 1 Blue White 400 Mhz
using this cmd, but I think it would run also os x if I only had the
os x variant.
Where should I put it, so that it is a kernel/startup parameter??
I see os x still crashes when the hd is _too_ busy...
I know I could add a ide-ata card...
but this cmd is cheap....
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