Initiating ioc0 bringup ioc0: Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Write Protect is off sda: Comment 9 Eric Moore Comment 6 Denis Leroy This site requires JavaScript to be enabled to function correctly, please enable it.

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Comment 7 Tom Coughlan Saint Amant, Acadiana Distribution: Ending Domain Validation target0: Comment 10 Ed Goggin Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc. I specifically need to get this controller working to allow for 10 HD’s. Originally Xpi by Emerson Looking at kernel 3.

Find More Posts by donpdonp. Fusion MPT base driver author: No wonder the old code won’t build with 3. I will need to append this patch to the bugzilla. Latest LSI has in their website is from Apparently U1 and U2 mean, 5.


Comment 15 Eli Collins I’m assuming this is due to incompatibility with newer kernels, but I have no idea Its possible that the “greater than ” target support is the problem. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I’ve done this in the past on kernel 2.

I was also unable to reproduce the problem with the same fc7 kernel, but on a SunFire X mptsas. I removed the controller and found that on the card itself the model is stated diferently, specificaly on the card it sayis its a: The above is strictly from generic experience, I haven’t looked at the code. Is that what your on?


Initiating ioc0 bringup ioc0: There were 3 issues with the driver.

The mptdriver in the kernel source tree is still the 3. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

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So far all I’ve been able to find on the internet are complaints that LSI hasn’t committed a newer version hosg the drivers to the linux kernel in quite some time, but nothing about getting the latest drivers to compile under the latest kernels. Visit the following links: Perhaps VMWare, which is emulating the firmware, is not setting this.

I didn’t check whether it was ported back to the stable version branch, such as 3. Find More Posts by 81bones.

Having a problem logging in? By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. Board index All times are UTC. Originally Posted by Emerson Why not use the driver included in Linux kernel? Originally Posted by Emerson. Write Protect is off sda: