On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 02:55:00PM +0100, Anders Holm wrote:
> Yup, you'd need to use the SmartStart CD's (or whatever they were called
> again) that came with the box, and tell it that you want to install Linux as
> OS on it.. Works like a charm..
what if you add a disk to a smart array. do you have to boot into the
cpq s/w or can you configure it from linux?
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