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=== Ultrabay II HDD Adapter Tray ===
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=== Ultrabay II HDD Adapter ===
 
This is an adapter to connect an additional HDD to the Ultrabay II
 
This is an adapter to connect an additional HDD to the Ultrabay II
  
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=== IBM Partnumbers ===
 
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11J8941
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=== Linux Support ===
 
=== Linux Support ===
 
If connected at boot time, the drive is {{path|/dev/sdb}}.  Hotplugging between this & another non-IDE device works fine (the kernel doesn't realise it's disconnected), between this and DVD the kernel will recognise the new drive, but panic.
 
If connected at boot time, the drive is {{path|/dev/sdb}}.  Hotplugging between this & another non-IDE device works fine (the kernel doesn't realise it's disconnected), between this and DVD the kernel will recognise the new drive, but panic.
 
=== Also known (in IBM literature) as.... ===
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 19:28, 4 April 2020

Ultrabay II HDD Adapter

This is an adapter to connect an additional HDD to the Ultrabay II

Features

  • Takes any 700 series HDD's that are contained in a 770-style "sardine-tin" or a 760-style push-on HDD.
  • Can be used with any 2.5" HDD, if you gut a push-on HDD for the adapter.

IBM Partnumbers

  • 11J8941

Linux Support

If connected at boot time, the drive is /dev/sdb. Hotplugging between this & another non-IDE device works fine (the kernel doesn't realise it's disconnected), between this and DVD the kernel will recognise the new drive, but panic.

Supported with