Re: Highpoint HPT374 Controller + debian install
Chad Davis wrote:
FWIW, I have the same controller and had a hassle installing a different
distro (SuSE). I've subsequently used both ordinary kernel drivers and
highpoint's own stuff which I compiled and inserted myself. Neither
worked all that well. My impression is that it's best to run the OS off
one of the ordinary, non-highpoint ide or sata channels and keep the
highpoint stuff for disks carrying data as distinct from a boot disk and
OS. This would allow you to install as normal, then get to grips with a
custom kernel later in order to bring the highpoint disks online. Just
my 2 cents.
I have a highpoint HPT373 controller and am trying to install Debian.
However I can not get it to read the drives because none of the
kernels have the correct drivers included. How can I deal with this
and get debian installed? What are my options? Any feedback would be