I searched Adaptec’s website and found nothing on Ubuntu and googling it didn’t help. I have no idea which of the 5 or 6 packages I should use – probably something like devel or debug devel. I don’t know what to do next yet other than that. Not a Ubuntu user. Linux – Newbie This Linux forum is for members that are new to Linux. I think that’s part of the problem.
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If one can load additional modules then it araptec be built based on the same kernel the install is using. Either way, you clearly cannot use the array created with one controller after switching controllers. But this only gets me a little further in the boot process. I would think it would be available during the install but may not. It’s not a bad operating system – it just needs some add-ons.
It’s been a while since I have used the I can’t find a linux driver for it or a resolution for the problem, other than junking the CD drive adaptsc putting something else in which I guess I will do next. I would have thought a common platform like adaptec’s would be natively supported.
If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. A few observations about the different threads you’ve created What folders should I be looking in?
As far as I know that should use the aic7xxx module. I know it’s been turned off on the since before the Linux installation.
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Not a member yet? But anyway, there is a just a little mystery to solve as to why the makefile includes support for the aic7xxx driver but it only made the. The functionality of the cards is very nearly the same except the replacement is U Not a Ubuntu user.
It you do want to do so, the only way is to put in the old controller, back up your data, swap controllers, reinstall, restore your data. It can, however, change the way in which RAID devices are constructed; that is, what they use as on-disk format, how disks are linuc between each other, etc.
Is there an equivalent to the Windoze F6 during setup?
Decided to try Ubuntu 7. Having a problem logging in? RHEL 5 with Pieces of this and that. You can find more info in the Wikipedia page about RedHat.
I haven’t been able to solve this problem yet. This is listed in the RHEL releases notes. About half way through the boot process everything stops and I get dropped to a dracut prompt. If you’re booting from the RAID, but then things fail after loading the kernel etc, then that would appear to mean that either the new RAID controller used a similar but not identical on-disk format, or far less likely that loading the driver and initializing the hardware changes the mode in which the controller works, causing it to look at the disks in a different way.
Do I need to type a command here to load scsi module? Just in case anyone is interested, it seems to be the CD drive is known to be a problem. I have the source ready to go. The time now is