The PCMCIA ATA card device driver supports PCMCIA ATA disk and flash cards that follow the following standards:
PC card 2.01 compliance (MBR+fdisk table required for all platforms).
PC card ATA 2.01 compliance.
PC card services 2.1 compliance.
The driver supports standard PCMCIA ATA cards that contain a Card Information Structure (CIS). For PCMCIA, nodes are created in /devices that include the socket number as one component of the device name referred to by the node. However, the names in /dev, /dev/dsk, and /dev/rdsk follow the current conventions for ATA devices, which do not encode the socket number in any part of the name. For example, you may have the following:
/devices/iommu@f,e0000000 /sbus@f,e0001000 /SUNW, pcmcia@3,0 /disk@0:a
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
|ATTRIBUTE TYPE||ATTRIBUTE VALUE|