[Say Hi from JMicron]

Terry Tree terry.tree at gmail.com
Thu Apr 6 07:37:10 PDT 2006

This sounds easy, just some driver mucking.

Are they willing to send free hardware ?  If so I'll give it a try if
someone will put the changes into DragonFly.


On 3/30/06, YONETANI Tomokazu <qhwt+dfly at xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi.
> I've received an offer from JMicron as below.  Unfortunately I don't
> have the skill/time to sit and write the code right now, but if any
> of you're interested in working on it, please let them know.
> There's been a few commits to FreeBSD with regard to these chips recently,
> so I'd imagine that either you can port it or use it as a reference
> for writing the code for these chips (but at the same time I have a feeling
> that porting things like what FreeBSD have in ata-chipset.c is the way to go
> than adding more switch()'s and cases, if it's not too much of a work :).
> Regards.
> ----- Forwarded message from justin at xxxxxxxxxxx -----
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> From: justin at xxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 22:30:13 +0800
> Subject: Say Hi from JMicron
> Hi!
>         This is Justin from JMicron Technology.
>         I found you from website of DragonFlyBSD.
>         JMicron Technology deliver JMB360/JMB36X series sata II/eSATA
> product
>         and would like to support open source team to develop driver .
>         We would like to support sample hardware and register doc
>         even RAID metadata and spec for your reference.
>         Any issue , please let me know.
> Best Regards
> Justin
> Tel  : xxx-x-xxxxxxx-xxxx
> Cell : xxxx-xxxxxx
> ----- End forwarded message -----

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