RE: Compaq ProLiant ML350
Thanks to everyone who has helped me with this. I'm getting closer.
I compiled a 2.2.15 kernel with Compaq Smart Array2, placed it onto the
Rescue floppy and ran the following rdev commands on the kernel image: The
install can now see the controller and the 1 logical drive (YES!!!!).
rdev -R linux 1
rdev -r linux 0
rdev -v linux -1
rdev linux /dev/ram0
However, I fear there is a problem with the kernel I compiled. I included
all the features required by
-boot-floppy-techinfo.en.html#s-rescue-replace-kernel but, after I select my
Keyboard type, I get the message:
Can't write to temporary user settings file /tmp/keybd_settings.
I assume it means that it cannot write to the Ram Disk (it wouldn't try to
write to the floppy, and the disk isn't even partitioned yet).
Any clues as to what's up? I think I'm pretty close.
A. Scott White
Director of Information Systems and Product Strategy
ACS Healthcare Solutions Group