Description of problem:
We've got a Sun W2100z workstation that we'd like to install SATA
drives into. The BIOS is now detecting the drive, and the SATA
controller is being detected by Linux; however, the connected drive is
not being detected. What should we do?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
RHEL 3 Desktop Academic
Steps to Reproduce:
Which update is this?
If you're not sure, then please give me the kernel version?
It was update 3, but I think it's been updated to update 4 by patching. Kernel
Please provide info about this machine, so that this bug can be
'lspci -vvvxxx' output, sysreport, dmesg output, and any other
relevant hardware info. As it stands now, this bug is equivalent to
"it doesn't work" without further detail.
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updated lspci output
sorry, attached the wrong file the first time
This bug is filed against RHEL 3, which is in maintenance phase.
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