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NAME

        aha152x_cs - Adaptec AHA-152X compatible PCMCIA device driver
 

SYNOPSIS

        insmod   aha152x_cs.o   [pc_debug=n]   [irq_list=i,j,...]   [host_id=n]
        [reconnect=n] [parity=n] [synchronous=n] [reset_delay=n] [ext_trans=n]
 

DESCRIPTION

        aha152x_cs is the low-level Card Services  driver  for  various  PCMCIA
        SCSI  adapters  that  are  compatible  with  the  Adaptec AHA-152X host
        adapter.   These  include  the  New  Media  Bus  Toaster,  the  Adaptec
        AHA-1460, and various other OEM cards.
 

PARAMETERS

        pc_debug=n
               Selects  the  PCMCIA  debugging  level.   This parameter is only
               available if the module is compiled with debugging  enabled.   A
               non-zero value enables debugging.
 
        irq_list=i,j,...
               Specifies  the  set  of interrupts that may be allocated by this
               driver.
 
        host_id=n
               Specifies the SCSI ID of the host adapter.  The default host  ID
               is 7.
 
        reconnect=n
               Enables  support  for  disconnect/reconnect,  if  non-zero.  The
               default is 1 (true).
 
        parity=n
               Enables SCSI parity checking.  The default is 1 (true).
 
        synchronous=n
               Enables negotiation of synchronous SCSI transfers.  The  default
               is 0 (false).
 
        reset_delay=n
               Specifies  a delay for SCSI bus resets, in 10 millisecond inter‐
               vals.  The default is 100.
 
        ext_trans=n
               Enables the ‘‘extended translation’’ scheme for partition tables
               of drives larger than 1 GB.
 

AUTHOR

        David Hinds - dahinds@users.sourceforge.net
pcmcia(5).
 

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