I'm trying to install Redhat 6.2 on a dual zeon 550 with 1gb ecc with a
Mylex AcceleRAID 352 Ultra160 Hardware RAID Card. In expert mode, the
DAC960 driver that redhat ships with doesn't work with this new model.
Only the 2.2.8 driver from Dandelion Digital's DAC960 page will work
But the driver only comes in source format (.c and .h, with a patch). And
I can't recompile a kernel to include it until I install the machine.
The driver disks from RedHat don't include an updated DAC960 driver.
Dandelion doesn't have any drivers either.
How do I make my own RedHat 6.2 driver disk with the 2.2.8 DAC960
included? Or, how do I make a new rh62 boot disk that has an updated
kernel with 2.2.8 dac960 compiled in?
I've also tried RH6.9 to no avail.
Thanks for any help,
Cyclone Computer Systems
Have you tried the final release of 7.0?
Yes, I've tried 7.0, and I filed a seperate bug for that one, so this is really
a duplicate of 17996 (but 17996 is more recent). Basically, 7.0 only includes
mylex driver 2.2.5, whereas 2.2.9 is the most recent version (that supports
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 17996 ***