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is SATA considered experimental in Linux?

dsr at wrote:
>>>SATA is handled by a completely different set of drivers; old
>>>kernels won't have these and cannot use SATA drives. New kernels
>>>display them as SCSI drives.
>>So presuming you do have a new kernel, is SATA considered experimental?
> It is not listed as an experimental kernel feature, and I have
> not had problems with SATA on Debian 2.6 kernels.

Good to know. Thanks.


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