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Linux Drivers for HP 380 G4

Pollux_2
Occasional Contributor

Linux Drivers for HP 380 G4

Hi there,

I've got CentOS 5.3 on an HP 380 ProLiant G4, but after installing, I notice vital drivers missing.

my instinct tells me to grab my HP SmartStart Disc and install the drivers, but after I run linux_autorun I get a prompt on what program would I like to use to use for the script. I choose "Add/Remove Programs", but I get an error saying repositories could not be loaded "guess because network's down (no drivers)"


There's another called 'autorun', but if I run that one it tells me the CD is not mounted (yea right!)

Any insight would be godly.

Thanks
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Steven E. Protter
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Re: Linux Drivers for HP 380 G4

Shalom,

PSP does probably have the drivers you need.

Mount the CD and run the install script. Auto run is a windows function.

I think you need to download PSP for Linux.

There have been known to be some troubles with this and CentOS, but the drivers should work.

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