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Re: mylex SCSI

	As far as I know, the only best way is to install to a regular SCSI drive on a standalone host and then setup the support through a kernel compile.  However I have the same card and plan on installing Debian to it, I will make a custom 2.2 kernel for the debian-boot floppy disks and let you know how it goes.


On Wed, Oct 03, 2001 at 04:19:59PM -0600, Darby Schock wrote:
> Hello
> 	I'm installing debian 2.2 on an intel based machine with a Mylex DAC960PL
> SCSI RAID controller (3 2gig SCSI hard drives).  The regular 1.44 root image
> doesn't recognize the RAID controller.  Is there a quick and easy way to get
> the RAID controller recognized, so I may install on the SCSI hard drives?
> Thanks?
> Darby Schock
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