Re: Compaq Proliant DL320 installation.
Yes Im not impressed either, Ive had words with HP/Compaq reps over the
crappy support for Debian, indeed I think the RH support is half hearted at
best. Ive tried running rpm under debian with this compaq stuff and it failed
miserably, but this was on a 1600R. Ive had woody and rh 7.2 ~ 8.0 on these
dl320 machines fine, but of course software raid is a joke....
If appropriate and your budget will stand it I'd suggest hwraid, so thats the
dl360, or look at a dell which is what Im doing at present.
On Mon, 20 Jan 2003 22:28, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am just installing Woody on a Compaq Proliant DL320 server (PIII
> 1.13GHz), and the various Compaq Agents drivers are avaiable for
> different releases of RedHat, SuSE and some other distros except Debian.
> I wonder if I'd just `apt-get install rpm` and try to install one of the
> rpm'ed packages avaiable on the official site or there is a better
> solution (e.g. alien or whatever). If someone have experienced with
> Debian on those server, some help is appreciated :)