Stephen, I just looked up your BIOS settings for you main board, ASUS M2V-MX SE. On your system, you will probably need to set the SATA Controller to RAID. To do this; enter BIOS setup -> Select Advanced Tab -> Select Chipset -> Select Southbridge VIA VT8237S Configuration -> Select SATA Controller -> Select RAID, see page 2-26 of the BIOS section of the manual. Also, according to the manual, the SATA device is automatically detected, and since you noted that the system did detect the SATA drive, the only setting that you should have to set is the one above.
Hope this helps.
From: Moon [mailto:
Stephen, I ran into a similar problem on an ABIT AMD board with the Phoenix AwardBIOS when installing K12LTSP EL5. What I had to do was first set my BIOS boot order (under Advanced BIOS Features – on my system) to SATA 1,2 , SCSI. Then I had to set the VIA OnChip IDE Device (under Integrated Peripherals – on my system) Onboard SATA 1,2 to Enabled and SATA Mode to RAID, although I only have one drive installed. This allowed K12LTSP EL5 to see the SATA drive on my system.
Hope this helps. If you have any other questions about my BIOS settings let me know.
From: Stephen Crampton
[mailto:SteveSings gmail com]
In response to the
problems with slow DHCP under Edubuntu, I've decided to try and install the
K12LTSP Centos 5EL.
virus found in this incoming message.
No virus found in this incoming message.