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Subject: Re: multivolume for harddisk models, too?
Re: multivolume for harddisk models, too?
What about a build time option?
I do not think many people (including me) will ever use this feature...
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 18:21:48 +0000, Joseph Jones <email@example.com> wrote:
> I rarely do any partitioning that isn't seamless (so, I do do things
> like have a /home partition in Linux, and of course a swap partition),
> so tbh I could live without this feature. So in that case, I only
> really care that my existing experience isn't affected, say, the
> battery life for example.
> But then, I'm only a user ;)
> On Wed, 5 Jan 2005 18:07:42 +0100 (MET), [IDC]Dragon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > >
> > > >A very special application would be a home HD player from a scrapped
> > > Archos,
> > > >with 2 disk drives, or a Compact Flash slot. This would require a little
> > > >addition to the ATA driver, treating the drive# parameter for a
> > > master/slave
> > > >decision. Right now only the MMC driver supports 2 drives.
> > Don't worry, I'm not gonna implement this. ;-)
> > > How would the USB chip handle this?
> > > Would it still be possible to get data on and off the two drives easily?
> > If I read the datasheet correct, the ISD300 only supports one drive, but it
> > will detect master or slave. In you home HD player you could switch one away
> > in USB mode. Not very elegant, though. But 2*138 GB is nice Rockboxing.
> > Jörg
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Received on Wed Jan 5 22:59:18 2005
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