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Forgotten root password

On Sat, 2004-04-10 at 00:19, Drew Taylor wrote:

> Now, to find a quiet hard disk to replace the very noisy (but 
> functioning) 3x4GB Seagate SCSI disks. I added an IDE controller a while 
> back for good measure too.

I particularly like the Acard scsi/ide bridge: 

It basically turns a cheap IDE hard drive into a SCSI hard drive; 
it encapsulates the hard drive's IDE channel, so the computer just 
sees it as a really big SCSI drive. 

I've been using these on my machines at home for a couple years, 
and they've worked flawlessly. 

John Abreau / Executive Director, Boston Linux & Unix
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