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Old 05-19-2006, 09:51 AM   #1
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I cannot install Slackware using the HP Proliant ML 150 Embedded Card

Hello Slackware Friends.

I'm trying to install a Linux Slackware in a HP Proliant ML 150 G2 which have an embedded SATA Card. When I am installing it, the Linux say that cannot find any Hard Drive.

Really, I would like to make a RAID 1 but I need to make the Slackware recognizes the Hard Drive.

I want to know if exist any command line that allows me to change the Disk controller while I'm installing the Linux.

Thanks for everything.

Best regards.

Tony Blanco.

Last edited by tonyblanco; 05-19-2006 at 01:38 PM.
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Did you specify the right kernel when you booted?


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