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Cant see SCSI when installing Linux

 
Michael Workman
Occasional Visitor

Cant see SCSI when installing Linux

Installing Fedora 9.0 on a Compaq Proliant DL380 with Smart Array 431 Controller (SCSI). The computer had Win2000 Server on it before I reconfigured to RAID 0. Of course, nothing is there now.

Using Fedora boot CD to install, but no disk drive found. Appreciate a solution to this!

Thanks

Mike
2 REPLIES
Frank_W
Frequent Advisor

Re: Cant see SCSI when installing Linux

Hi Michael,

probably fedora has not the right scsi-driver. Red Hat Enterprise Linux should work.
Blazhev_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Cant see SCSI when installing Linux

Hi,

go into the BIOS and under "Select OS" choose linux.

Regards