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Re: DELL perc3/di users

   Did you check out http://www.merilus.com/~kevin/aacraid.html ? He has Debian boot disks with the kernel you're looking for. I'd do a potato install then change your apt sources to woody and do a dist-upgrade.
  I have done a RedHat install on a similar machine and there really are no big surprises. Just like any SCSI install you need to either build the hard drive driver (in this case the PERCRAID driver) into the kernel or make an initrd if the driver is only
available as a module.

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alexis bory wrote:
> hi,
> I'm looking for the easiest way to manage 'testing' installation on the
> 2550 Dell servers.
> I think i have to boot them with a rescue disk with
> aacraid 1.0.7 already ennabled and I'm looking for a patched kernel.
> Matt Domsch's ( http://domsch.com/linux/ ) page gives a link on
> ftp://ftp.debian.org/pub/mirrors/debian/pool/main/k/kernel-source-2.2.19/ker
> nel-source-2.2.19_2.2.19-7_all.deb but I'm blind or this doesn't exist.
> Does someone did this install, and could help me ?
> Thanks, Alexis
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