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You can find the listing in /dev/disk or in /sys. I might get a Phenom II build2. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Partners Support Community Ubuntu.com Ubuntu Wiki Search: Immutable PageInfoAttachments More Actions: Raw Text Print View Delete Cache ------------------------ Check Spelling Like Pages I was able to boot my recovery disk, which has a 2.6.18 kernel and does not use libata (Fedora 8 uses libata). http://kncsoftware.com/ati-sb600/ati-sb600-usb-drivers.html

Once AHCI support was properly setup, sata became plug n play and I've run into no further OS hurdles. Thanks again redger View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by redger 05-01-2008, 09:38 AM #4 OralDeckard Member Registered: Mar Same thing with F9 Preview. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. http://wwwd.amd.com/AMD/devsite.nsf/oslookup/linux_chipset_drivers?opendocument

Good luck! --Ben BenPrew View Public Profile Find all posts by BenPrew #3 13th December 2006, 03:24 AM techmum Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: Western Download "GART Driver" if you are using an AGP bus system (if its a new computer DON'T INSTALL THIS UPDATE bcoz new computers come with PCI-E). You can find the listing in /dev/disk or in /sys.

lspci showed that it identified everything as unknown device. ASUS_M2A-VM (last edited 2010-05-23 13:48:29 by gear3895) The material on this wiki is available under a free license, see Copyright / License for details. On the other hand, http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...=ga-ma78gm-s2h says Slackware 12.0 recognizes SATA HD's but then has trouble with IDE DVD. I strongly suspect that is just because a new kernel came out for F9.

Tried pci=nomsi but it didn't change anything. Thanks. However, when trying to install it gets stuck when it reaches the partitioning stage because it says there is no hard disk on which to install. http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=139852 Can't find your answer ?

I understand there are various flavours of the AM2+ chipset. They do have a driver, but it has to be compiled using Header files + gcc and other yet to be determined packages. Uninstalling intel chipset drivers, installing AMD chipset drivers Where do I find HP a1230n chipset drivers? Quote: Originally Posted by mdjenkins The only real hurdle I've encountered is figuring out that I needed to learn how to setup AHCI.

Specifically, the following versions of the chipset are supported (note that Serverworks is part of Broadcom): Intel PIIX4 Intel 440MX ATI IXP200 ATI IXP300 ATI IXP400 ATI SB600 ATI SB700 ATI http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/256927-30-sloved-find-chipset-drivers The choice of the ASUS motherboard was based on its having an nVidea chipset. Thanks. So I returned it for a Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H.

I suggest use hardware RAID controllers when using RAID level 5 or 6. Check This Out Thanks fpr the comments about IO, I had planned a striped array (with parity), not sure about HW RAID tho .... The same drive boots fine when connected to an older dual core machine. In bios level the raid works correctly but when i try to install ubuntu it "breaks" the raid configuration and ask me to install the operating system on one of the

Then under "Optional Downloads" click "Individual driver download packages and Avivo™" and download "South Bridge Driver"(INF driver in disguise i think????), "RAID Driver"(u should know what this is), and "RAID Utility"(IDK This driver will attempt to use both controllers on the SB700/SP5100, if they have been initialized by the BIOS. Also, when I have another IDE controller card installed, the BIOS lets me configure to boot off of one of the IDE drives connected to the controller card, but then when Source Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs Home Forums HCL Reviews Tutorials Articles Register Search Search Forums Advanced Search Search Tags Search LQ Wiki Search Tutorials/Articles Search

i imagine the CPU itself will perform ok under Linux, the SMP kernels seem stable and mature now. The time now is 10:24 PM. BUT THANKS ANYWAYS NOW I KNOW WHERE TO FIND INFO on AMD chipsets.

PS: I haven't tested the steps above (because i don't have an AMD system) BUT i believe if you follow my instructions, everything will be trouble-free.

I tried two different cards of different brands and chipsets, so shouldn't be the card. What kind of settup did you do? Well, maybe that's my problem. I even used the IDE cable off the DVD to use a real IDE drive.

Still, I am looking to create a home server with multiple virtualised machines ie. I thought it might be driver support in the kernel for the chipset because when installing Fedora 8 I am told that I have no drives, but when installing Fedora 9 How are you doing with the problem, OralDeckard? http://kncsoftware.com/ati-sb600/ati-sb600-driver-xp.html F9 still had its not yet upgraded original installation.

I was rather hoping to dedicate one of the 2 GPU ports to the hypervisor and the other to either Windows or the development workstation. Password Linux - Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. techmum View Public Profile Find all posts by techmum #2 12th December 2006, 05:31 PM BenPrew Offline Registered User Join Date: Dec 2006 Posts: 6 I've got an BACK TO TOPIC!

I tried putting my CD-ROM drive on this card, and it couldn't boot from CD, either.