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Old 12-22-2003, 02:52 AM   #1
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ML330 with Serverworks CSB 6 ATA-100 RaidController and Slackware install

I've problem with installing slackware 9.1 on a HP proliant ML300 with a Serverworks CSB6 ATA-100 Raid controller, attached to this raid controller are 2 Maxtor 80GB harddisk in raid-0 and an 40 GB maxtor.

When i want to install slackware it seems that the harddisks are not detected,

I used the raid.s kernel, that that doesn't work

Does anyone have experiance with this problem or knows a solution??
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