[Madlug] Hello! Still having SATA Install issues
bpkroth at wisc.edu
Fri Jan 18 06:15:51 CST 2008
Don't remember if someone already mentioned this, but on some BIOSs
there's a SATA compatibility option that makes it appear as a generic ATA
drive in the OS. I've also had problems when enabling generic ide support
in the kernel, since that'll catch the drive before sata does. However,
in both cases it still at least shows up in an fdisk.
Joe Frost <joe at the-frosts.org>:
> On Jan 17, 2008, at 10:05 PM, Staci wrote:
> > No, that partition is definitely from the SATA drive in question.
> > Remember, I pulled the plug on the IDE one? So it's not there.
> Hmm, could you include the output of fdisk -l?
> > What's the output of
> > lsmod |grep -i sata
> > ubuntu at ubuntu :~$ lsmod |grep -i sata
> > sata_sis 9988 2
> > pata_sis 15236 2 sata_sis
> > libata 125168 3 sata_sis,pata_sis,ata_generic
> Well, it looks like the modules are there that it needs to see the
> drive. Apparently, if it's mounted it must be working.
> Could you send a
> df -h
> and the error you get during the install?
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