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Old 3rd February 2012, 09:03 AM
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RocketRAID (rr622x) PCI-e 6gbp card How-to

Okay I found a simple how-to that can help people who have a rocketraid 622/644 pci-e card. These instructions were taken from ubuntu's page (I know..) But seriously I worked with them tonight and these instructions worked for me without giving me a problem. I know I posted for help before but I found something and I made it work and I figure I would share the knowledge

I am posting a link to these instructions as I do not want to take credit for someone else's work.


Everything worked as explained these instructions worked for Fedora 15 only, I did not test them in 16.

If people would like I can write them out but again someone else figured this out and I wanted to share!

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