|System||Have the Adaptec 2400 ATA-IDE card, Raid 5 with hot spare. Debian Sarge/Stable install, 2.6.8-2 kernel, latest kernel installed by Sarge installer around 3/05-4/05. Asus A7V-133 motherboard, 900 MHz Duron or Athlon, Matrox 550 video, generic 10/100 card, sounblaster value card, self-built system.|
|Comment||Can't figure anything out from this website or from raidutils deb package/docs on how to get this to work, so I can only tell if a drive has failed during bootup. Which is funny because I normally have uptimes of 3-6 months between boots. This site and the raidutils deb package may make it sufficient for a sys admin to figure out how to get everything working, but for a Linux newbie (less than 5 years full-time desktop user) under my belt, I don't have a clue how to get this working. Don't have the /dev/i20 devices in /dev. Maybe I have to start with making those devices. But without being sure, I'm not mucking around with this. Keep it a secret. Keep out the riffraff. Ready for the desktop?|
|Reporter||lists1, google the debian-user or testing archives|
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