On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 02:23:26 +0200, Frederick Page
<fpage at thebetteros dot oche dot de> wrote:
> It depends on the drive. Most modern harddrives can do (Ultra)DMA, but
> CF-cards are "simulated" harddrives, they behave like HDs. m0n0wall
> uses an elderly FreeBSD 4.9 (I'm sure for good reasons), but the ATA
> driver is not as advanced as in recent FreeBSD releases.
Just a one-off question. What exactly is the reason for using an
older version of FreeBSD? Are there serious compatibility issues with
newer versions? Would it require an extensive re-work?
(Yes, this comes back to getting that Zoom 5001 to work. ;)
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