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Tyler on For some reason dkms will not copy object files. This will allow your driver to automatically migrate between kernel updates without your intervention. It’s a fakeraid card. Purpose This mini-howto is intended to help others avoid the lnux I went through when updating kernels and having my root partition on a RocketRaid rocektraid drive. Thanks for the info this help me out with my current server install to get the SD box working again Comment 1.
In this imperfect world everything that you need to be done properly, you need to do by yourself.
HighPoint RocketRAID Linux driver – Hacker’s ramblings
It’s just that new house with lawn, fence, and all other sorts of construction kept me really busy during summer. To make sure it works and to install the module into our current kernel, high;oint can instruct dkms to build and install the module: No need for apologies, this is my blog, not a discussion thread.
As a result, I decided to add the steps I used to get the driver rocketdaid with version 1.
The drivers are listed here: Wait for the bad weather to kick in, I’ll be back with computing-projects after that. Copy the Makefile and Config files up to the top directory: If you are building one of the others, please substitute rr64x v1. Following its instructions we do the following: The biggest problem seems to be, that it doesn’t build on any reasonably modern Linux.
RocketRaid 62x and 64x Driver
It’s a shame how the manufacturer is not supporting Linux highpoont. Perhaps the above driver source already includes these? I was using an USB-bootable Clonezilla live on my first data move and obviously was planning to use it for the second one too.
I simply wanted to add 4 SATA large capacity drives.
Seems anything official or even suggested is for much older Kernels or Ubuntu releases. Unnecessary for rr64xl Edit: DKMS is automatically called by the Ubuntu kernel install scripts.
You have to dig, but there are some updated versions of the driver source. An attempt to make the detailed instructions work with a L card on Xubuntu Read this about fakeraid and why not to go there.
Yuri Chernyavsky on I use the “legacy” non-RAID driver that forces all disks to be recognized as pass-thru devices for direct disk access, but the RAID driver works in exactly the same way. I’ll continue as if we’re working with the non-RAID driver, though rocketraidd you drop the “la” and change the version to 1. I did ask about it in their support forums closed to registered users only, sorry. Another minor but critical fix In