My hardware setup works out of the box under Ubuntu 7. Do not use or load this software and any associated materials collectively, the “Software” until you have carefully read the following terms and conditions. You may not export the Software in violation of applicable export laws and regulations. The Intel and Gigabyte websites make this driver available for most versions of windows, but appear to be at a loss for Linux. Ya, maybe just language barriers hard at work there? If the Software has been delivered by Intel on physical media, Intel warrants the media to be free from material physical defects for a period of ninety days after delivery by Intel. If such a defect is found, return the media to Intel for replacement or alternate delivery of the Software as Intel may select.
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That’s where it wouldn’t work before. I was able to install CentOS 4. I do wish I could have done a clean install, and still may, but I couldn’t get that PRO disk to autorun without an existing OS in place, and I didn’t want to risk doing a clean install after it re-formatted and erased the existing Home version.
Any advice about the networking would be appreciated. The dkms driver works for any version, but it is available only for CentOS If you want to make sure, read step 6 of this readme: Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap.
Intel® Matrix RAID and AHCI Driver for Windows*
The Intel and Gigabyte websites make this driver available for most versions of windows, but appear to be at a loss for Linux. Once again, you come to the rescue for people like HighCountryRider and myself.
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Intel ICH9R/ICH10R SATA RAID Driver (full)
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Here is the information on this update: I am not sure why the installer needs a driver, since it must be able to read the CD if I am reading the instruction to insert a floppy.
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After installation, the OS was not able to connect to the internet. The Cent Install CD does not have a driver that it needs and prompts to insert a floppy with a diver for the device on which the install packages are located. That will be about the 9th time and around 6 totally wasted days, due most likely to my own stupidity. Intel does not warrant or assume responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of any information, text, graphics, links or other items contained within the Software.
My hardware setup works out of the box under Ubuntu 7. Looks like I’m good to go. Title to all copies of the Software remains with Intel or its suppliers.