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But we’re not supposed to use FC2 on anymore production machines as well as that would cause me to have to do another reload and cause peoples sites more downtime.
And now I’m certain: I can’t believe I’m all alone here I guess I don’t have infinitely deep pockets So 30MB of traffic on the bus might cause this to be a problem. It does look good, doesn’t it? Here’s a screenshot of the problem: I found this thread: Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. I’ve tried using the same FC2 kernel but it still didn’t work. They hope these examples will controlller you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own.
Twisty Oh, that’s quite an old machine Socket to be exact. Worked a treat as well!!
Silicon Image PB3112SATA150 PCI to 2 – SATA Port RAID SATA Controller Card
Tue Mar 07, 1: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. One of them is kind of stripped and doesn’t hold the metal screw hole thing well on the other side well. Ok your post did help as I hadn’t done the steps mentioned. Dec 1, Posts: OT, but do you know where I can find replacement plastic hex nuts used on the bottom of the board? I got the mobo. There is a jumper on it named CN5. One is close to being stripped, but seems to hold reasonably well.
I still don’t think it’s recognizing the device as when it booted with the 2. Mon Mar 06, 7: You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web.
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No hangs at all any more. BB code is On.
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Aug 17, Posts: If you’re not trying to boot from the drives connected to the controller, often you can bypass obstinate add-in controller BIOSes by not loading them, then let your OS load the controller’s driver later to access the drives. There’s definitely a reason why you have such great feedback on Beerology!!! Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.