No Disks Found RH 5.1


 
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No Disks Found RH 5.1

hi guys

I am trying to install RedHat 5.1 x64 in a x3650 M3 IBM Server which has a ServeRAID m5014 Controller but I get the message No Disks Found so I cannot install RedHat

any idea how to load or install the drivers?

thanks a lot guys
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By Redhat I presume you mean RHEL? RHEL 5.1 is over 4 years old, try a newer version.
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yes Redhat Server 5.1 I now pretty old.....but as always the IBM guys requires an old olg linux version to support their software I had installed RedHat Server 6.0 but their software won't work on this version
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There are also more recent RHEL5 versions, that are supported, e.g.
Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Version 5 Update 5 - IBM System x3650 M3 (4255, 7945)

Perhaps there are even more recent versions, you would need to check..
 

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