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Old 18th January 2010, 02:53 AM
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HP ML330 server install

Trying to install the latest fedora on an HP Proliant ML330, and I'm not exactly happy about it since I just installed arch linux on another one last night with no problem.

basically, I have a single hard drive on the ide raid controller, and no raid configured, but the install see's no hard drive, however if i switch consoles or whatever, i see an error related to the raid controller, something to do with not having enough hard drives and discarding it

here's sort of whats theres
ERROR: lsi: wrong # of devices in raid set "name"[1/2] on dev sda
ERROR:removing inconsistent raid set "name"
ERROR: no raid found
the other machines works fine with arch, so i'm wondering, is there a kernel switch i can add in on start to bypass this? maybe force it to know that that volume is not a raid?
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