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Re: Drive Partitioning Issue

On Fri, Sep 13, 2002 at 04:55:34PM -0700, David Fuchs wrote:

Could you use one of these workarounds:
>    As an addition to this, I've tried installing Debian after switching 
> the harddisk to the non-RAID controller on my mobo, and it works fine. 

> If I partition the drive on the regular IDE controller 
>    I know Highpoint has open source drivers on their website, but 
> that's the catch... I need a working Linux install in order to compile a 
> new kernel with the driver (unless someone has an idea on how this can 
> be accompished from a WinXP platform).

to install enough of a system to sompile a kernel?

Alternatively, cygwin does run admirably under my XP system at work.

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