Just to follow up on my issue with this. Hendrik-Jan Heins, , rev. Sat Oct 09, 2: The Tao of Linux ;-. As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2.

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Rob at Mo-Sys robertno wrote on These drivers are needed for the RAID to work. Linux and IPv6 networking. Key error seems to be: I’m up and running on 7.

New kernel, still no support for IT Mon Nov 29, 7: SCO flow control to enable bluetooth headsets. I need to mount my volume with “Storage device manager”, it works, but i can’t list my volume file while i’m in my user account.

Derek Turner frderek wrote on Still not working in Hardy.

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As a result, the kernel team would appreciate it if you could please test this newer 2. I get the following messages at boot time:. I also am still getting errors with the 8. Any help in any direction would be greatly appreciated.


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Thanks again, we really appreicate your help and feedback. Now you can reboot from your raid! And now, How can I know that all is working ok? Also, please specifically note if the issue does or does not appear in the 2.

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I guess I could re-compile the kernel and add the module back as a work-around but hopefully a new kernel version will be released soon that has the itx module back in. Sat Oct 09, 2: I can not figure this out.

As I mentioned above, this is an issue with the switch to the libata interface for older PATA-style drives. Currently running the raid happily on ubuntu 6.

Display posts from previous: Just a note to bring attention to the following upstream patch: This module won compile correctly yet.

I am a recent convert to linux and have only used Ubuntu and so far so good. It is a software RAID controller.


Whoever claims otherwise doesn’t know the difference between mW and MW. Next, before configuring your kernel, you will have to modify the files “Config.

Please include the output of the command ‘uname -a’ in your next response. You need to log in to change this bug’s status. Haven’t looked in the Ubuntu kernel repository or at the latest kernel. I’ve followed some bug reports and it looks like Alan Cox has done quite a bit of work on this problem and several changes were merged into the upcoming 2. If you need to reset your password, click here.