SATA disk not recognised by Breezy

Scott angrykeyboarder at
Sat Jan 14 22:31:26 UTC 2006

Derek Broughton wrote:
> Chris Bamford wrote:
>> The system chipset is the SIS 760GX and supports Serial ATA RAID.
>> The disk is a MAXTOR 6L250S0 250Gb drive.
>> Frustratingly, if I boot from a Tom's Root Boot CD, the disk is visible
>> as /dev/hde, so I know it does work!  I am assuming that Ubuntu is
>> either not loading the correct driver or having a problem initialising
>> it.  I attach the dmesg bootlog from Ubuntu.
> It _should_ be coming up as /dev/sd*, afaik.

Indeed.  My two SATA disks are dev/sda and dev/sdb so it sounds like 
your boot CD isn't right either.

My SATA problem has been getting Linux to work with SATA RAID, which 
I've finally given up on.

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