Re: Debian+SATA+Raid 0
From: Tamarix (lg.f1_at_NOT-SPAMlibertysurf.fr)
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 09:21:29 +0100
Thanks for this answer. Unfortunately, it's said in that document that
drivers for SATA HD exist but not RAID drivers for ICH5.
My SATA HD are mounted as raid 0 and at the moment I have no other HD.
I am afraid I have to wait a little bit to get debian (or other ?)
working with this configuration :-((
"Gonzalo Sainz-Trápaga" <firstname.lastname@example.org> a écrit dans le message de news:
> Tamarix wrote:
> > Are the drivers for this configuration existing ? Where could I find
> > them ? Any clue would be wlecomed ...
> The drivers you need in order to install are already in the official
> tree (both in 2.6.0-test9 and 2.4.22). You could, then:
> - create some custom floppies with one of these kernels
> - if you have the 1337 5k1llz to create a cd-live with one of these
> you just load that and then use "debootstrap" to install debian in one of
> the sata drives (apt-cache show debootstrap)
> - if you dont have that much 1337 5k1llz but you have a spare/borrowable
> HD you can run debian from that and then use the same debootstrap
> to get linux working on the sata drive.
> Tutorial on the last one:
> Gonzalo Sainz-Trápaga (GomoX)
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