Re: Detecting SATA drive after install
--- Leopold Palomo-Avellaneda <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> A Dilluns 13 Març 2006 17:50, Joseph Legner va
> > I had a generic AMD64 computer built for me, and
> > put a SATA hard drive in it. It also has a
> > motherboard with on-board NIC, video, and sound.
> > The Debian netinst CD would not detect the hard
> > NIC, video card, or sound card. I salvaged an old
> > NIC from a dead computer and also installed an IDE
> > drive, and was able to successfully install to the
> > drive. I then fussed for a week and finally got
> > nVidia driver up and running. Still no sound,
> > So, right now I have Debian running on the IDE
> > while my 200 GB SATA drive is in the case,
> useless. I
> > know enough to look under /dev, but it only lists
> > CD drive and the IDE drive with its partitions.
> > My question is: what do I need to do to get my
> > system, which is running on an IDE hard drive, to
> > recognize and mount a separate SATA drive?
> which version of debian have you tried to install?
> you need a recent kernel,
> problably at least 2.6.12 or if it's a recent hw a
I think my version is 2.6.8.
legner1:/# uname -a
Linux legner1 2.6.8-11-amd64-generic #1 Sun Oct 2
22:11:39 CEST 2005
Do you think I need to re-install? Or can I continue
to run off the
IDE drive and merely access the SATA drive for storage space?
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