Having a problem logging in? Stefan Bader smb on Oddly – this chip IT had worked fine in the 6. I dual boot with XP and it picked up the controller no problem. If you need to reset your password, click here. You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. Currently running the raid happily on ubuntu 6.
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Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. However I would like to add my vote to have this issue resolved as I have a Giga Byte motherboard with the IT chip on board.
Just a note to bring attention to the following upstream patch: CVE References There appears to be a patch for this problem on the kernel mailing list: Linux – Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues.
Stefan Bader smb on The Fedora Core 6 live cd sees it ‘out of the box’.
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Thanks for taking the time to report this bug and helping to make Ubuntu better. Just to follow up on my issue with this. I have the same question Attached is my dmesg log.
Till that time looks like you’ll either have to run Dapper or Edgy, or re-compile your kernel for later distributions.
Derek Turner frderek wrote on From the comments it seems like that other people are confirming that it’s still not fixed as well. Iet am currently in Alpha5 LiveCD and there seem to be improvements with the driver: It works semi-perfectly on my Intrepid install GB SATA drive, 2 partitions, both accessibleexcept that it’s not added to fstab for some reason and so it’s not automatically mounted.
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Alpha5 is set to be released Thursday Sept 4. Comment on this change optional.
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Use “ntfs-config” lte mount drive with ntfs-3g. Thanks for marking this as the answer. There are one of two ways you should be able to test: I guess I could re-compile the kernel and add the module back as a work-around but hopefully a new kernel version will be released soon that has the itx module back in.
I upgraded my server from 6.
Bug # “Unable to detect ITE RAID0 array” : Bugs : linux-source package : Ubuntu
Forum thread on this bug: Tell us about your experience with our site. Other bug subscribers Subscribe someone else. Is there any update on whether Steven Ayre’s “hack” described above is reusable by the kernel team in the occurrence of this bug on Hardy?
This is working alongside the libata drivers my ubuntu installation runs on another drive which is not connected to the raid card so recompiling the entire kernel to remove libata wasn’t needed. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. This site in other languages x. While this old driver is still working, obviously i’d prefer to be using the newer libata interface once it’s working properly.
I have just dist-upgraded my Hardy install to Intrepid and I bring good news: I’m not too familiar with when linux searches the PCI bus but this is the only relevant info I can find in the boot. Oddly – this chip IT had worked fine in the 6.