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Old 06-17-2004, 11:35 AM   #1
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Location: Lebanon, Oregon
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Question How do I install to SCSI drive?

I have just downloaded Fedora Core 2 and am trying to upgrade a box with RedHat 9 on it but it says it can't find any hard drives.

I have an onboard SCSI controller (Symbios 53c1010-33) and told Fedora to load drivers (sym53c8xx) which redhat 9 is using according to dmesg output but I don't get the option to upgrade.

A friend has upgraded his IDE computer from 9 to core2 with these same disks. What am I missing? Help please!


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