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Old 24th March 2008, 06:48 PM
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Trouble with install Promise FastTrak TX 4310/579/779

Good Day.
I have a floppy drive with drivers of
Promise FastTrak TX 4310/579/779 For Linux RedHat RHEL 4.0 Update 2

Driver Version (x86_32).
When i did make following below commands so
i have got a message about my problem :

cd /floppy
[root@Fedora floppy]# ls -a
. .. install modinfo modules.cgz modules.dep pcitable readme rhdd
[root@Fedora floppy]# uname -r
[root@Fedora floppy]# sh install
This disk does not contain any drivers of kernel version : 2.6.15-1.2054_FC5
[root@Fedora floppy]#

What can I shall do to solve this problem ?
How can makes compatibility Kernel version of My Fedora with this drivers version ?
Can i use another way to solve this ?
Thanks all of You for reading my questions and sorry for my English.
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