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Re: MILO and Adaptec AHA2940AU
From: Maurice Hilarius (mauriceharddata.com)
Date: Tue Aug 30 2005 - 00:18:34 CDT
Jean-Sébastien Guay wrote:
> Hello Davis,
>> Beg, borrow, or steal a small SCSI-II drive and connect it to the
>> system's built in SCSI controler. MILO should work with that. All you
>> want is enough space to boot from. You can then pretty much ignore
>> this drive after the system is booting.
> Indeed, that would work. I thought of that, but was reluctant to try
> it since the only SCSI-2 drive I have is noisy as heck. But I guess
> it's better than nothing, and I can always put the machine in a closet
> somewhere so the noise is kept down.
> Thanks for the suggestion. (and for not giving me a cooking recipe)
You could possiblly boot off a SCSI CDROM.
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