Somewhere in 2.6.x kernels, IDE disk configuration option IDE_DISK_STROKE
(to achieve full native capacity of hard-disk drives sidestepping BIOS
limitations) went and one could set this as boot time kernel options. But,
as of kernel-2.6.11-1.1226_FC4,seems like this option was applied
intelligently by the kernel.
I could not find how this has changed from then to 2.6.11-1.1369_FC4
kernel either through online documentation or google. This kernel doesn't
take it as a boot time option nor is it onfigurable in kernel compile
settings. Does any body have any idea ?
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