I´m still using an Atom mainboard as my private homeserver. Now i just want do some backup to an Ultrium 3 SAS drive. So i want to get a cheap, out of the Box supported, SAS controller to connect the Ultrium drive. In the past i used the Adapted SCSI controllers and they worked very well.
I am using a usb drive to install Fedora 17 from. The machine has an old Adaptec 29320ALP PCI SCSI card. The installation process starts, but doesn't pick up the drive (single drive, no hardware raid, unformatted, not sure if partitioned) as a target installation drive.
Ok I think I'm giving up now, I've searched for several hours and it appears the main problem is, that the soundcard is only recognized as full speed USB 1.1 device and not as USB 2.0 as it should.I've read several posts of people how managed to get this device working with pulseaudio (as is/was true for me) but it seems the bandwidth is not wide(?) enough to support anything beyond
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I installed Ubuntu 9.10 on my old laptop Asus S1300n. When I install I disable ACPI, with enable it install does not want to run.
As a result, Ubuntu 9.10 works, but not working WiFi. I have a WiFi PCMCIA card AirLive.