Build and Install DKMS has now added our module to its list of modules to build for future kernel installations. To make sure it works and to install the module into our current kernel, we can instruct dkms to build and install the module: Last edited by jefro; at The name and version DKMS should associate with the module. An attempt to make the detailed instructions work with a L card on Xubuntu RocketRaid last edited

Uploader: Shaktikinos
Date Added: 17 March 2006
File Size: 39.72 Mb
Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X
Downloads: 53394
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

Warning As it stands, the instructions are a bit out of date. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Find More Posts by nagehmai.

Also note that the rr64xl module is named rrl, not rr64xl as we would expect. For some reason dkms will not copy object files. Download this file into your rr62x-linuxla-src-v1.

These DEB packages haven’t been modified to do that automatically. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and roc,etraid many other special features. The following is for rr62x v1.

Having a problem logging in? You can get the source here: Does anyone know of a driver for the RocketRaid beyond version 1.


Thanks for any help. Please feel free to modify or offer suggestions if possible. Following its instructions we do the following: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free.

RocketRaid – Community Help Wiki

The last modprobe will hopefully cause all the attached drives to appear in your file manager. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your rocketrajd. Add condition statements to allow 4. Feel free to add modifications in this wiki page. RocketRaid 62x and 64x Driver Notice Variations on these instructions will likely work with other RocketRaid or even other hardware drivers, but they’ve at least been tested with the rr62x and rr64x on Maverick The name and version DKMS should associate with the module.

If hibhpoint a kernel upgrade you reboot and it can’t find the rr26xx module, then reboot in an old working kernel and run this: These instructions helped me highpiint v1.

RocketRaid 62x and 64x Driver

Copy the Makefile and Config files up to the top directory: I’m guessing this used to work, but not on I am presently running FC14 because this is the latest version for which I can get the drivers from the HighPoint site to compile.


However, this would not work consistently. It will also use DKMS to compile the module for future kernel update automatically. This helps the kernel to auto-load the module on boot, and put it in your initrd file to be available at that time.

BB code is On. If you need to reset your password, rocketraic here. Another minor but critical fix In However, so far it does not automatically add it to the boot image.

Rocketraid and later versions of fedora I have a RocketRaid card in my Linux machine running a 7TB raid where most of my files are stored.

If you are building one of the others, please substitute rr64x v1. This will allow your driver to automatically migrate between kernel updates without your intervention.