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Old 9th October 2007, 07:42
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Default install Redhat 7.3 in HP ProLiant ML570 smart array p 400

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i want install Redhat 7.3 in HP ProLiant ML570 but scsi drive is no deteck
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Why do you want to use such an ancient distribution? RH 7.3 must be 5 years old or even older...
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yes must RH 7.3 ist request my client
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