Re: tyan board
Sorry Len, I sent it directly to you instead of the list by accident.
(I know, no excuse for hitting the wrong key in mutt).
On Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 05:56:23PM -0400, Lennart Sorensen wrote:
> Support depends on the kernel version, not the distribution. The nforce
> pro 3400 is as far as I can tell a modification of the MCP51/MCP55
> series chipset, which I believe is what the 570/590 is. So it is
> basicly an nforce 5 series chipset with some server oriented specs.
> I expect anything with a recent kernel should too. Drivers for any fake
> raid or other such device on the other hand may be harder to get.
Any raid I would do would probably be Linux kernel as I understand
that its faster than most hardware-based. I'm not really interested in
raid anyway; more interested in learning about logical volume
> As for what actually supports that board, I can't really find anything,
> since it appears to be much too new for anyone to actually have one yet.
I've never tried to use a testing-level system. Once I get my
CD-burner working on my 486, I'll try to get the current Debian testing