Re: Compaq Proliant DL320 installation.
On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 07:16:38PM +0100, Tomasz Papszun wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Jan 2003 at 10:28:03 +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I am just installing Woody on a Compaq Proliant DL320 server (PIII
I'm trying to get an old proliant 5500 up as well ;-)
> > 1.13GHz), and the various Compaq Agents drivers are avaiable for
> > different releases of RedHat, SuSE and some other distros except Debian.
having a hand would be nice...
> I haven't tried any Compaq "agents" on it though. I have tried
> lm-sensors but I haven't succeeded, even with some help from lm-sensors
> people. Maybe Compaq has modified the hardware in some not typical
You can bet on that. Compaqs seem to have many functions not in
hardware but in software in a hidden disk partition, including
disk partitioning software *eek*. My best bet so far is to find
the right "SmartStart" CD (how?) and go from there. Afterwards,
there are allegedly a number of Linux programs that can do
hardware diagnosis and such... but I didn't find those yet.