Also note that the rr64xl module is named rrl, not rr64xl as we would expect. Need to make sure kernel headers are installed” Download the driver source from Highpoint: In spite of this, this how-to may not be complete and require modifications particular to your setup. BB code is On. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know.
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Build and Install DKMS has now added our module to its list of modules to build for future kernel installations. Unnecessary for rr64xl Edit: However, the changes required to the source code are fairly trivial. Once these changes are done, you can proceed with installation as usual.
HighPoint RocketRAID – Gentoo Wiki
These instructions are a bit dated, and some success may be had using a variation or combination of these with the RocketRaid 62x instructions above. RocketRaid last edited RocketRaid 62x tar -xzf rr62x-linux-src-v1.
In fact, the changes are the same for the rr62x and rr26xx belowwith only the lines on which the offending code occurs changing between the versions. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. However, this would not work consistently.
I have a RocketRaid card in my Linux machine running a 7TB raid where most of my files roccketraid stored. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
I use the “legacy” non-RAID driver that forces all rocketgaid to be recognized as pass-thru devices for direct disk access, but the RAID driver works in exactly the same way. Running mkinitramfs The directions above seem to automatically recompile and install the module whenever a new kernel update comes out at least for 9.
The Ubuntu guys have got it figured out for the 3. An attempt to make the detailed instructions work with a L card on Xubuntu All times are GMT However, so far it does not automatically add it to the boot image.
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The following is for rr62x v1. Another minor but critical fix In Highpoknt, just to let you know, I’ve got the same card working on FC20 running under kernel 3. Should probably verify permissions here Has rkcketraid done this and been able to get the card to work properly? I am presently running FC14 because this is the latest version for which I can get the drivers from the HighPoint site to compile.
For some reason dkms will not copy object files. The last modprobe will hopefully cause all the attached drives to appear in your file manager.
You can get the source here: There are several other calls to this function, but this was the only one that needed the rockteraid NULL.
Last edited by jefro; at While not complete, this mini-howto should get most users the ability to have the driver automatically compile and install on a kernel update using DKMS.
RocketRaid 62x and 64x Driver
The latest stuff is at the end, so start there and work backwards. RocketRaid 26xx Driver Update: These instructions helped me with v1. Please feel free to modify or offer suggestions if possible. Having trouble installing a piece of hardware?