> OK. After realizing the simple fact that quite a lot of low level
> hardware manipulating ioctls may require assistance in usage from
> proper logic which is *very* unlikely to be implemented in a bash
> (for me preferable still ksh) I have made my mind up.
> /proc/ide will be nuked.
Please consider this carefully, especially the read only bits.
One particular thing I use a lot is: /proc/ide/hda/capacity
Will there be another interface easily usable by scripts
to get this information?
Am I going to have to parse hdparm output?
geometry = 2434/255/63, sectors = 39102336, start = 0
Am I going to need hdparm on my embedded system?
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