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It says it’s unable to detect it or it would just hang on that page.
More details are available in this HP-provided linuc. Email Required, but never shown. In the kernel documentation linux-source Is there a best way of doing this or just jump straight in to uploading the Linux server on to the HD. I am not just jumping in to Linux blindly.
Additionally, note that the driver will not engage the SCSI core at init time.
April 30th, 6. The installer comes pre-loaded with additional non-free firmware blobs which helps as you don’t need to modify the official iso’s.
I would like to inquire about the best way to begin by installing Linux, I would like to run a LAMP stack just to set up y5 play around with a web server environment.
Perhaps someone else at LQ may know. It’s booting with huge kernel.
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Installing the firmware-linux-nonfree package solves this issue not sure if not installing it penalizes the CPU too much though. Worked fine, no firmware required.
[SOLVED] HP DL G5 with hardware Raid 1
Ubuntu Forums Code of Conduct. The server has also a 2-port Pi Smart Array controller integrated on the mainboard. After a day with this, I found a few workarounds, with varying results.
Worked fine, needs bnx2 firmware. By joining our community you will llnux the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
I tend to go with stability, so I’ll not be using You may need firmware blobs found at here and here and instructions found at installation manual chapter 6.
HP ProLiant DL G5 Linux Install – Server Fault
Additional help request with this server: Works fine, but after reboot no display visible. It needs to be there.
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. On booting I found the message “modprobe: Llinux don’t have any knowledge about your dmesg entry.