Fedora install on 4400

Fernando Ortiz fortiz at lacorona.com.mx
Thu Mar 3 14:57:01 CST 2005


Hi Duncan,

The installer detect megaraid_mm and megaraid_,box, but this PERC is a 
little 'old' and you need a 'driver disk' fort the 'old/original' megaraid 
to install.

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=138590

After installing and before reboting you need to switch to a window an 
install an updated kernel.

HTH



Salada, Duncan S. escribió:
> Hi,
> 
> I've got a 4400 with a PERC 2/DC RAID Controller that I'd like to install Fedora Core 3 on.  The system came with (and currently has) NT 4.0 on it.  The Fedora install correctly identifies and loads the megaraid driver.  But shortly into the process (setting up partitioning), it tells me that it can't find a hard drive (incidentally the same thing happens with Suse and Ubuntu).  Do I need to format the drives using the PERC utility?  Or is there something else going on?  I did install the latest firmware from Dell (v 1.06 I believe).
> 
> Duncan
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