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Re: Woody can't find an Adaptec 3200S RAID Volume

On Tue, 1 Jul 2003, Dale Amon wrote:

> On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 11:27:19AM -0400, Dan DeVoe wrote:
> > OK guys, this one has me stumped pretty bad. I'm trying to boot an IBM
> > Netfinity 4500R (type 8656 if anyone cares) with an Adaptec 3200S RAID
> > card with a RAID volume of 42.37GB on it (6x9GB).
> Does it require FUSION MPT?

Negatory, this is an i2o card. When I boot it into FIRE, it loads an
adaptec i2o driver, and aacraid. No fusion mpt needed, to my knowledge. Of
course, this may be a different way of getting it to function than the
debian way, assuming that there is a debian way.

If I need to load a custom driver from adaptec, how on earth do I even go
about doing this? It looks like they supply a kernel patch and module, and
I'm unsure about how to go about getting those to work with a debian
install CD.

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