With the data missing from the replacement drive, I cannot boot into the OS. I’d like to thank everyone here for their help. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. BB code is On. I shouldn’t need to boot into the OS to rebuild the array, right? View Drive Assignments 2.

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But that dooesn’t mean it can’t be done. Join our community today! Hopefully the continuing changes to newer kernels is going to result in some nice set of boot parameters working. Note ait registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.

I will install WebPAM tonight and see what happens! I believe you will have to rebuild the entire Raid array ie: I am thinking that I might have configured my drive partitions incorrectly within Linux something I am pursuing on the CentOS forums. You can reboot while it is rebuilding the RAID – that’s not a problem. Unfortunately, the stanzas of output are linxu long that you need to page up hence you can’t use more or pg for paging in order to find the PCI device which is of the form NN: Hi Everyone, The 18 month support period for Edgy Eft 6.


If I DO initialize the drives in the array, as expected, all data is lost on the “healthy” drive. Ubuntu Edgy x Motherboard: The kernel output is the the same as this: Find More Posts by mepnoob I believe the only mistake made is Webpam was not installed, when sb060 up array. Hence, you can’t mix the nolapic parameter with other options in trying to get a system working. The other 2 libux pretty self-explanatory.

There is a thread on the Ubuntu forum on the same problem. Uh, that doesn’t look correct.

They haven’t been very responsive thus far, so I am not very hopeful. The 18 month support period for Edgy Eft 6. Did you instal “Webpam”?

AMD/ATI SB support to Ubuntu

Having a problem logging in? Your ALSA information is located at http: Find More Posts by archtoad6. I just upgraded to feisty 2. Find More Posts by GrueMaster. Piping into less, and having it look for the PCI device numbers is probably the easiest thing to eb600.


The disk however is not detected.

AMD/ATI SB700 support to Ubuntu

Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. Bryce Harrington bryce wrote on Run this script and post the resulting url here. I’ve run into a somewhat similar bug with herd Bordiga Giacomo gbordiga wrote on ACPI should probably be set to 2.

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