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> No Disk Presented
post Aug 21 2003, 06:22 AM
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Whats this Lie-nix Thing?

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Well, I'm not too advanced in linux. During attempting to install SuSe 8.1 the installer showed the error that no disk is presented in the system. To my basic specifications:
ABIT NF7-S V2.0 (up to date - provides an onboard Silicon Image SATA RAID 3112A controller); IBM/Hitachi DeskStar 82,3GB(connected via SATA cable and it's adapter); GeForce 5 FX 5200; 512 DDRRAM; CD-RW and DVD connected via IDE channels.
This system configuration works well with damn win by loading in a certain driver. Do I've to load the driver for the kernel as well, or what can I do else in order to make my sweet penguin work again?
I'm really thankful for any help.
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post Aug 21 2003, 09:01 AM
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RMS is my Hero

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there is limited support of the serial ata drives under linux..
i have read that mandrake should detect your SATA drive...
if you havent completed the suse install..give mandrake 9.1 a try


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