Re: USB-SATA/IDE adapter on linux/Fedora?

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Aldo Foot wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 5, 2009 at 3:12 PM, L <[email protected]> wrote:
>   
>> Hi,
>>
>> Has any one had good experience with USB-SATA/IDE adapter on
>> linux/Fedora? if so, what is the brand? Most of these devises on
>> markets is marked as workable on win or MAC. non mention of linux
>>
>> thanks
>>
>> Y
>>
>>     
>
> Sroll down to the middle of the page on this link:
>     http://www.satagear.com/SATA_Adapters.html
> The one labeled as JM20337 is rated for linux.
>
> I don't have experience using any of those --use your judgment.
>
> ~af
>
>   
At least some tiny effort was made to label the pinouts on the PCB,
which is unusual for this genre of device, but it helps. I hope that is
a sign of good quality construction. I think it is overpriced. And I
have no idea which chipsets are great and which are bad.

Bob

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