Trouble installing Ubuntu Server on a raid.
I have a new server (www.supermicro.com/.../h8sgl.cfm) computer that I want to install Ubuntu Server 10.04.4 on. The problem is, this server has a raid in it. The raid is setup as RAID 1. I tried to install the server but came to an option stating:
Undo changes appears to just cause the install to hang up.
Finally, if I try to "Finish partitioning and write changes to disk" I get an error:
I downloaded the drivers from the Adaptec website but when I try installing using the new instructions included with the driver after using CTRL+ALT+F2,
insmod: error inserting '/lib/modules/2.6.32-38-generic/kernel/drivers/scsi/aacraid/aacraid.ko': -1 No such device
I have looked everywhere I can think of but can not find a solution. Any help would be appreciated.
Progress... I think.
I booted up a live cd (Desktop Edition) just to see if it would recognize the raid and found that it shows both drives as
I thought that the RAID would only show one drive. I tried to install in gave me a similar "No root file system is defined" error
See if this does it for you. If you are running Ubuntu, or debian.
One question since raid acts more then one, do you have it setup to read as 1 raid that doesn't act more then one.
Try to figure it in the adaptec software to the raid and find out which one would work for you better.
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