Re: Debian Alpha install CD ignoring QLogic 2200 card ?
Sorry, source yes, there's no Alpha binary I've ever found. As for
experiences, can I ask what type of machine you're putting it into? I've
run it pretty heavily, I've got about 400Gig of software RAID-0 running
as a news server on one of these. The only problem we found was that the
driver (as qlogic shipped it) doesn't properly handle being on the 2nd PCI
On Fri, 16 Feb 2001, Andrei A. Dergatchev wrote:
> Hi Rich,
> Thanks for your help.
> I'm curious, by "the driver", do you mean the Alpha object code,
> or source code ?
> I can only see from their site:
> Links to Drivers
> Link to Source
> where #1 and I think #2 are x86 only, when Readme tells
> "1. OS Support
> This driver works with RedHat Linux 6.2 which is Linux kernel version
> 2.2.14-5.0 (x86) operating system. Earlier or later versions of RedHat
> Linux are not supported in this release. The modules included in this
> release will load on RedHat 6.2 only. However, the source code is also
> provided to compile your own version of the driver should it be
> I'm after the last sentence and #3, I guess :-) ?
> To the list - is there anyone how compiled this driver under
> Debian Alpha and can share their experience - i.e., is it
> flawless or requires some fixes in the process ?
> > There's no driver for the QLA2200 in the kernel (at least not 2.2.x, don't
> > know about 2.4.x). You'll need to get the driver from www.qlogic.com
> > --rdp