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Old 12-08-2006, 05:03 PM   #1
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LXer: Travails of adding a second hard disk in a PC running Linux

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Ever had to install a second hard disk on a machine running Linux? If it is an IDE hard disk, the jumper settings of the hard disk decide how it is detected by the computer. This article details the experiences of the author in adding a second IDE hard disk in a Linux PC.

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I don't get it. There is nothing specific about Linux here, the author just didn't know how to properly set up a new IDE drive.


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