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Does anyone have an older version of Linux AHCI Driver -- 32 bit that I use to drive Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3

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Fran_Garcia
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As this post seems to be a continuation of https://learn.redhat.com/t5/Platform-Linux/loading-SCSI-driver-no-driver-found/m-p/20007#M1149 , I need to say again: RHEL3 is too old for that hardware. If you really need to test compatbilibility of such an ancient system, you might want to run it as a virtual machine (althought that might be a challege in itself, as RHEL3 has been deprecated for many years now).

 

Can you confirm we are really speaking of RHEL 3?

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As this post seems to be a continuation of https://learn.redhat.com/t5/Platform-Linux/loading-SCSI-driver-no-driver-found/m-p/20007#M1149 , I need to say again: RHEL3 is too old for that hardware. If you really need to test compatbilibility of such an ancient system, you might want to run it as a virtual machine (althought that might be a challege in itself, as RHEL3 has been deprecated for many years now).

 

Can you confirm we are really speaking of RHEL 3?

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Thank you

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I'm sure we're talking about RHEL 3


@Fran_Garcia wrote:

As this post seems to be a continuation of https://learn.redhat.com/t5/Platform-Linux/loading-SCSI-driver-no-driver-found/m-p/20007#M1149 , I need to say again: RHEL3 is too old for that hardware. If you really need to test compatbilibility of such an ancient system, you might want to run it as a virtual machine (althought that might be a challege in itself, as RHEL3 has been deprecated for many years now).

 

Can you confirm we are really speaking of RHEL 3?


 

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