[K12OSN] Woe is me: Onboard SCSI/RAID Controller
robark at telus.net
Mon Oct 18 19:33:35 UTC 2004
Quoting Debbie Schiel <debbie at redeemer.qld.edu.au>:
> Hi Robert, That was very good news, very encouraging, and yes it did
> help enormously.
> I tried installing K12ltsp 4.1.0 with no luck.
> Then I tried 4.1.1 as suggested but same result.
Wow that's surprising. I don't know why kernel 2.6.5 would not work. 4.1.x
should work out of the box.
> I tried a 'linux dd' with the aic79xx driver from the Gibbs website -
> nope. Then I tried 3.1.2 which you said you have no problems with and...
Which version of k12ltsp did you try the dud disk with before 3.1.2?
> SUCCESS, it installed! I must admit I also had a lot of over-the-phone
> help from a contact down in ACT.
Did you use the dud disk with 3.1.2?
> However, now I have a version of K12 that I am unfamiliar with and I
> can't connect it to the net, or to my demo clients, plus my fix for
> adding a usb key (which worked on 4.1.0) doesn't work... *sigh*
I don't know how to get usb devices working but connecting to the net should be
completly automatic. Just make sure your network cables are plugged in correctly
to the server (eth0/ eth1) and if you have a proxy server in the school make
sure you put that info into the browser.
> So on one hand I have a sooper dopper G700 with 3.1.2 and I'm not
> getting anywhere with it (yet!); and on the other hand I have my demo
> PIII with 4.1.0 that can support a couple clients but is as slow as...
Let me know how things go. I may still be able to help.
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