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Old 01-24-2003, 02:30 PM   #1
Passang
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Which distro with HPT370/372 standard support ?


Hello I'd like to set up a config with 3 hard drives connected on an HPT 370/372 controller (no Raid needed).

I've tried the Mandrake 9 (controler not supported unless adding it with a modified kernel during install, didn't work on my computer)

Is there any distro (for a newbie, eh !) with the hpt37x2.o module compiled in the kernel ?

That would be fine to tell me so, and also to tell me if I can download it and where.

Thanx in advance...
 
  


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