I didn't see the 4100/200 listed, but I'll check again. The system is primarily
a file server but we have also hosted my group's web pages on it too (using
IIS which is another reason i want to move it to Linux!). The SCSI controllers
are built onto the motherboard and are Adaptec AIC 7860 and 7880.
> Check www.redhat.com and look in the hardware comp. section. From what I
> can see, you should not have a problem.
> Do you know the make and model of the scsi cards? What is the machine going
> to be used for, dasd, nfs?
> Kimo Bonnelycke
> > Has anyone tried to install Linux on a Dell Poweredge 4100/200 server?
> > It has dual Pentium Pro 200 processors, built in ATI Mach 64 display
> > controller, and 2 SCSI chains - a narrow one for the CD-ROM and 4mm tape
> > and a wide one for the disk drives.
> > It currently runs NT 4.0 but we are having problems with it. I would
> > like to dump NT and move to Linux (red Hat 6.1) but I want to see if
> > anybody has managed to get it to run successfully before I try it. (I've
> > got a fair amount of data to move around to make this happen)
> > Chris Johnston
> > NASA Glenn Research Center