ABIT Hot Rod 100 RAID controller problem

ABIT Hot Rod 100 RAID controller problem

Post by Petr Woznia » Thu, 28 Dec 2000 03:45:53

I would like to install Red Hat 6.2 (CD distribution) to one disk connected
to Hot Rod 100, implies I don't want to use RAID (in my opinion RAID is not
implemented in high point 370 chip but in windows drivers). I am  able to
install nothing due to the fact the install program after boot from CD
cannot find the disk connected to Hot Rod. I am not experienced Linux user
but I suppose I should load some  Linux Hot Rod driver from the diskette
(similar like in NT or W2k installation) and I would like to find such
driver. Am I correct in my opinion? If I am correct, I will be very glad if
anybody could help me to find such driver and solve this problem.

Many thanks in advance



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these in a Linux box?  I've heard that ABIT makes quite good stuff, and this
board supports RAID0, RAID1, and RAID10 with up to 4 IDE drives, and is less
than $40, so it's very attractive.  Please post or email!


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