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Re: [Xen-users] "asm_offsets.h": No such file or directory (trying to boot a SATA device)

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  • From: Íñigo Careaga <icb.info@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 01 Apr 2006 21:54:56 +0200
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Wow! There are a lot of different SATA drivers under SATA support, from different vendors. Some of them are selected by default! How can I know witch is the correct one for my SATA device (a Seagate HD)???


David Goodlad wrote:
You shouldn't use this; instead, use the SATA drivers listed under
"SCSI Support".  Hopefully this solves your issues :)


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