Hello Dan, Hello others that read this bugreport update, It is a request for unambiguous answers. On Sat, Jan 01, 2005 at 03:18:13PM -0800, Dan Dennison wrote: > On 1/1/05 6:27 AM, "Geert Stappers" <email@example.com> wrote: > > > On Fri, Dec 31, 2004 at 02:00:33PM -0800, Dan Dennison wrote: > > <snip/> > >> Dell PowerEdge 6400 > >> Dell PERC 2D/DC (aka LSI MegaRAID 467) > >> > >> Controller not detected in latest nightly d-i > >> Controller was detected in d-i RC1 > > And which kernel module did Release Candidate One load > > megaraid > (not megaraid2) Are you saying: RC1 detected a megaraid controller, but it should be megaraid2? > > or which kernel module is needed for the LSI MegaRAID 467? > > For 2.4 series, megaraid2 is used. And the used megaraid2 is that wrong or right? The question is what is _needed_, not was is used. > > > 0000:03:09.0 0604: 8086:0964 (rev 02) > > 0000:03:09.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corp. 80960RP [i960 RP Microprocessor/Bridge] (rev 02) > > 0000:03:09.1 0e00: 8086:1960 (rev 02) > > 0000:03:09.1 I2O: Intel Corp. 80960RP [i960RP Microprocessor] (rev 02) > > > Which of them is the RAID Controller? > > The i960RP is the RAID controller. > > Dan :) That still leaves two PCI IDs, I hope that someone can translate it in loading the proper kernel module. Cheers Geert Stappers P.S. Here no apologies for this eventually harsh reply, just some explanation. Having reported a bug in #debian-boot is no excuse for being terse. Tell in a bugreport what you known about it, spent time on it. Realize that you benefit most when the bug is fixed and that you will encounter bug again when not fixed. What I would like to have seen is: When the module megaraid2 is loaded, the install works fine It is one board and has two PCI IDs.
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