If you buy a RAID Adapter often you’ll have to create a driver disk for your OS. Most of these are 1.44MB floppy images and since modern systems often lack a floppy drive I needed some way of creating the disk.
I used a USB stick and dd for Windows (I’m sure dd for Linux would work just as well)
From the Windows Comand Prompt:
C:\>dd if=mini.img od=x
: (Where X is the drive letter of the USB stick)
Then just insert the USB stick before loading your Linux Installation Media.Posted in Linux Hardware,Linux Quick Tip |