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Get another distribution of Linux. Slackware-10.1 has a sata.i kernel that you can select at boot. I have a Seagate SATA drive and a Hitachi SATA drive and Slackware detects them both.
If you must use RedHat, you'll have to get a SATA kernel...
Last edited by Bruce Hill; 05-27-2005 at 08:26 AM.