Fwd: Re: (K)ubuntu and SCSI drive only machine

HarryG hg57 at sc.rr.com
Fri Feb 10 23:28:21 GMT 2006

BUT, where is grub installed, on the IDE or SCSI?  I would bet the IDE.  That 
is what makes the difference.

I tried to install it, but when it gets to formating or where to install (I 
forget which) it can not find my drives.

The live CD works, but it is booting from the CD.  After it boots, it sees the 
drives, but that is after it loads.

Harry G

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Subject: Re: (K)ubuntu and SCSI drive only machine
Date: Friday 10 February 2006 04:23 pm
From: Jago Pearce <jago25 at gmail.com>
To: harry.vorstenbosch at zonnet.nl, Kubuntu Help and User Discussions 
<kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com>

Yep. I have Kubuntu on my adaptec SCSI card. I still can't get grub to
select IDE for Windows and SCSI for linux but that's another story (I have
to use the BIOs to select at the moment)

Remember, it's not the distro that counts for hardware, it's the kernel.

On 2/10/06, Harry Vorstenbosch <harry.vorstenbosch at zonnet.nl> wrote:
> Dear HarryG,
> I do not see any reason why Kubuntu would not be load on your machine.
> Have not you tried it yet?
> HarryV,
> On Thu, 2006-02-09 at 14:17 -0500, HarryG wrote:
> > I have a PC that has 2 scsi hard drives with a bootable scsi controller
> card,
> > but no other drives.
> >
> > Will Kubuntu load on this machine?  It wouldn't under the older version.
> >
> >
> > TIA
> >
> >
> > Harry G
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