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I'm trying to install RHEL 4 on HP ML150 G3 (dual core Xeon 3.0, 1Gb RAM..).. Problem is, that it can not recognize Adaptec HP Embedded SATA RAID Controller, so no Sata disk is found..I made driver disk (CD..) from disk image provided by HP. RHEL loads driver, but still no SATA disk can be found.. I tried both - 32 bit an 64 bit version (with proper drivers) but the result was the same..
Distribution: RHEL/CentOS/SL 5 i386 and x86_64 pata for IDE in use
Did you not read the entire thread??? The drivers HP work with various supplied kernels for RHEL4, the initial release and upto update 2. The link to apaptec's site (post #8) will work for newer version like update 3 and 4 now.
Installing the driver during installation is done by typing something like 'linux dd' at the start (as described on the on-screen menu).
I guess that you don't have the right drivers for 4.4 CentOS kernel.. Since CentOS is based on RHEL you should try drivers from other RHEL4 updates (1,2,3,4). That can be very sensitive, for example - driver for RAID controller for RHELu2 will not work with RHEL (no update).
You should normaly see an information that states 'disk controller found' or something like that during install.