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Old 11-25-2007, 12:08 PM   #1
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Promise TX4310 cannot load


Hi,

I have a problem with openSuse 10.3 64bit unable to load the sata_promise module. The issue started with the installation, where I had to actually disable the module to install the system. Now, whenever I try modprobe sata_promise it just hangs (not the system, but the console). It is very frustrating, that it cannot load the module. Did anyone have the same issue? I have seen some kernel patch to fix the issue, but recompiling the kernel every time it is updated is just such a pain and I am worried I can break something that already works ok. Is there some solution not involving kernel hacking?

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