Bug#249355: cpqarray module is not loaded during install (before partitioning) despite being recognized correctly
This was using the testing release floppies, the bootloader said it was
Sarge. For me this wasn't really an issue (as I was able to work around
this), but I must say that the first time I booted in normal user mode,
it was quite odd to end up in the partitioned without anything to
partition (all disks are connected to the cpqarray). Perhaps an
additional warning to the user when no disks are found to partition
would be useful as well?
Frederik Lindenaar <firstname.lastname@example.org> ICQ# 76756495
Tel: +31-36-5343568 Mobile: +31-6-48155703 Fax: +31-36-5342203
Martin Michlmayr wrote:
* Frederik Lindenaar <email@example.com> [2004-05-16 23:04]:
When installing Debian 3.0 using the debian installer-based floppies on
an old Compaq server, the Compaq RAID controller was recognized, but the
Just to clarify. Where you installing Debian 3.0 (woody) or sarge?