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- Join Date
- Jul 2006
INSTALLING REDHAT 3 or 4 ON SATA HARD DRIVE
My PC configuration:
INTEL P IV 3.2 GHZ
2 GB DDR 2 RAM
320 GB SATA HARD DRIVE
ASUS SATA DVD Writer
Frontech USB Key board.
Please send me if u have any additional material.
Install as you would on any other drive. You should not have any issues with the SATA drive.
The adventure of a life time.
Linux User #296285
those are older distributions, they may not come with sata driver support on the disc for your disk controller, you might need to provide a driver disk, your SATA dvd drive might not be detected either, since that is a relatively new technology
- Join Date
- May 2004
- arch linux
If I'm not mistaken...
There was no SATA support built into the 2.4.21 kernel that RHEL 3 was released with.
RHEL 4 on the other hand, came with the 2.6.9 kernel which did contain some support for SATA, but it did not work properly for lots of users and they had many issues trying to utilize their SATA drives.
For the best hardware support, I'd personally recommend going with a later Red Hat (or CentOS) release, or perhaps you can incorporate a newer kernel into one of the older versions of Red Hat.oz