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ozzmosiz 10-06-2008 03:08 AM

Installation of Redhat ES 4 - No hard drives have been found
 
Trying to install Redhat ES 4 on a Dell PowerEdge SC1430 with 2xSATA drives.
On installation getting the error
"No hard drives have been found. You probably need to manually choose device drivers for the installation to succeed. Would you like to select drivers now?"

- No matter what I do - I cannot get this to install.
Can anyone offer me any suggestions....

Many thanks

billymayday 10-06-2008 03:10 AM

What's Redhat 10? Do you mean Fedora 10 beta?

ozzmosiz 10-06-2008 03:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by billymayday (Post 3301554)
What's Redhat 10? Do you mean Fedora 10 beta?

err Redhat Enterprise version 4 even :)

billymayday 10-06-2008 03:31 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ozzmosiz (Post 3301552)
Trying to install Redhat 10 on a Dell PowerEdge SC1430 with 2xSATA drives.
On installation getting the error
"No hard drives have been found. You probably need to manually choose device drivers for the installation to succeed. Would you like to select drivers now?"

- No matter what I do - I cannot get this to install.
Can anyone offer me any suggestions....

Many thanks

Read your own post then

ozzmosiz 10-06-2008 03:35 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by billymayday (Post 3301566)
Read your own post then

eh? I've installed SuSE on this no problem, so hard disks are there!

billymayday 10-06-2008 03:40 AM

Your title says Redhat 10. There is no such thing.

You make no sense.

chickenjoy 10-06-2008 03:49 AM

Maybe you need to initialize your RAID first.

billymayday 10-06-2008 03:55 AM

And note that your edit times show on your posts - no one buys your feigned sleight.

linuxer8786 10-06-2008 03:56 AM

you should change AHCI to ICH9 in bios

ozzmosiz 10-06-2008 05:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by billymayday (Post 3301580)
And note that your edit times show on your posts - no one buys your feigned sleight.

? Was just correcting myself, jeez!

billymayday 10-06-2008 05:26 AM

Mate you're an idiot - you ask questions about RH10 then try to make it sound like you make perfect sense.

ozzmosiz 10-06-2008 05:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by billymayday (Post 3301633)
Mate you're an idiot - you ask questions about RH10 then try to make it sound like you make perfect sense.

I don't hide the fact that I know nothing about Redhat, but calling me an idiot is a bit harsh. :confused:

This is a newbie forum after all.

billymayday 10-06-2008 05:53 AM

Writing about about Redhat10, then claiming to be taliking about about RHEL4 has nothing to do with being a linux newbie, it's about not being able to explain yourself. To compound the issue, you've tried to cover up your mistakes, and your initial response
Quote:

err Redhat Enterprise version 4 even
was to throw it back on me.

No - you're an idiot!

ozzmosiz 10-06-2008 07:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by billymayday (Post 3301646)
Writing about about Redhat10, then claiming to be taliking about about RHEL4 has nothing to do with being a linux newbie, it's about not being able to explain yourself. To compound the issue, you've tried to cover up your mistakes, and your initial response

was to throw it back on me.

No - you're an idiot!

I corrected my post, hardly covering up my mistake. I admitted the mistake. Get over it. There was no throw back to you personally, this is a public forum. If you don't want to help me, then don't!

lleb 10-06-2008 08:15 AM

well enough of the bitching, bottom line is you need to read the error msg presented and follow directions of the installer.

so get the RHE4 drivers for your HDD controller or SDD controller or RAID controller and move forward from there.


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