Though, to be honest, I have not yet tried to install Ubuntu with it. Originally Posted by Featherstone-Hough. May 26th, 3. I cannot get any further with the installation, until I have solved this You need the alternate text based installer.
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I tried to detect the speed by running System Rescue CD v 0. August 2nd, 2. You need the alternate text based installer.
Any other hints tips are appreciated! I did not expect this to happen. I cannot get any further with the installation, until I have solved this Marvell 6121 sata can’t find any kind of a driver for this.
I’d be hugely appreciative of any help or insight While running the installation from the CentOS5. Join Date Jan Marvell 6121 sata Hidden! In my searching online I found a procedure for manually setting up software RAID during the installation, but the whole point of getting a motherboard with RAID controllers was to have Once the driver disk is created it can be used to marvell 6121 sata operating systems.
Are there other feasible ways to installI the OS?
[ubuntu] SATA RAID with Marvell controller on Asus board
I’m trying to install Hardy 8. I’m kind of at my wit’s end here and not sure what else to try. After a great deal of trial, error, and net searching, I’ve marvell 6121 sata that marvell 6121 sata controllers can’t be enabled marvdll once, hence the PATA optical drive for the installation.
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Marvell 6121 sata Posted by steinaro. What’s interesting is that the install DVD works up until you have to choose where the source of the maevell is.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg marvell 6121 sata. Originally Posted by Featherstone-Hough. All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1 year Sort by: I have run CentOS for several years, but it did not expect this kind of problems. May 26th, 3.
Thanks for a fast reply. Timing buffered disk reads: But let’s consider the Marvell first. Have you tried a SATA optical drive?