Perc 3Di driver aacraid 1.1.4-2302
ahnjoan at gmail.com
Tue May 16 07:08:59 CDT 2006
>>On Thu, Sep 16, 2004 at 09:20:05AM -0400, Ray, Scott M wrote:
>> after downloading the latest RHEL driver (aacraid 1.1.4.-2302) for the Perc
>> 3di, I get the following msg during boot sequence: (perc firmware was
>> updated as well to 2.8)
>> aacraid (1.1.4-2302) Kernel Source for 126.96.36.199Elsmp not installed cannot
>> install this module
>> can this be fixed in dkms.conf ?
>On Thu Sep 16 09:21:00 CDT 2004, Domsch, Matt wrote:
>Yes. The "fixed" version hasn't made it out to support.dell.com yet.
>Please use http://linux.dell.com/files/aacraid/aacraid-188.8.131.522.1-X05.tgz
>which is the same as what will eventually make it to
I am getting a similar error about a module not loading because of
missing source. I'm testing a kernel from RedHat on bug 149088 and
when I boot this test kernel, my nvidia module does not load. Would
anyone be able to point me in the right direction to fix this issue?
I have attempted the following with no success.
1. Download test kernel rpm and install
2. Download companion kernel-devel rpm and install
3. Download what I believe is the companion kernel source rpm and install
4. Uninstall dell nvidia rpm, download and attempt install of OEM
nvidia rpm. (This is met with a similar error about not being able to
locate the kernel source.
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