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Old 05-15-2003, 01:56 PM   #1
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Angry RedHat9 + Highpoint-RAID-Problem


I've installed RH9 on my fileserver (only 2 80GB discs in a RAID1 - Epox-Board with HPT370/372 on board) as usual but with the RH9 bootdisk from

that's OK.

After install I've changed the /dev/sdaX in /etc/fstab and /etc/lilo.conf and /boot/grub/grub.conf to /dev/ataraid/disc0/partX as mentioned in the readme provided in those file. (RH9 uses devFS as default?)

Then I made lilo -v (does not work), than I tried lilo -v -b /dev/sda (works without an error; but Linux got a kernel panic) ; after that I tired grub-install (no errors, but I have no experience with grub until now)

What about the devices themselves? Do I have to create them myself?

What about the /etc/modules.conf? Do I have to make any chenges there too?

Does that procedure work for anybody here? Please help me: my fileserver is down


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