SCSI to IDE bridges...
brain at jbrain.com
Thu Sep 25 13:09:37 CDT 2008
Alexander Schreiber wrote:
> Well, CF is just seen as an IDE disk. What you need to do on the OS side
> is just:
> - mount the filesystem(s) on the CF with noatime (so reads don't cause
I understand that, but I read that more work had been done in this area
and there was a new functionality that was even better than noatime.
> That however, has one problem: it makes the setup a lot more special.
> With the above steps, you can just run it like any other Linux setup.
Maybe in general, but Pyramid itself is trivial to install. You dd to a
CF, and boot. there are commands (mountrw and mountro) so you can
remount the fs for config file updates and such.
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