Problem! Help me!
matthias.apitz at oclc.org
Sat Apr 12 15:17:11 UTC 2008
El día Saturday, April 12, 2008 a las 05:25:34PM +0300, kostis papa escribió:
> I have a problem with installation.
> I choose country, keyboard and then I can not continue installation,
> because it says "No disks found! Please verify that your disk controller is
> being ....."
> My pc is new (core 2 quad, sata 500-SeaGate)
> I have installed the windowsXP and ubuntu-Linux (I didn't have any problem)
> and I would like to install freebsd!
> I have read the documentation and I don't know what can I do....
> Please help me!
> Thank you very much!
Look into the output of 'dmesg' of the Ubuntu to see what kind of
controller you have in that box and how the disk is seen by Ubuntu;
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