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Thread: [SOLVED] SATA not recognised VA-20 Motherboard

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    [SOLVED] SATA not recognised VA-20 Motherboard

    I have just installed Mythbuntu 7.10 and during the install process I chose the manual partitioning method and set up the system to install on to an IDE hard drive.

    In the partitioning window I could see all my drives (two IDE & two SATA).

    The install went without any problems but when I loaded mythbuntu for the first time I noticed that the SATA drives weren't being mounted.

    I am very confused!

    The output from lsmod | grep sata is:

    sata_via 12548 0
    libata 125168 2 ata_generic,sata_via

    I am using an ASUS VA-20 motherboard.

    Please help

    Neil

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    Re: SATA not recognised VA-20 Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by neilneil2000 View Post
    I have just installed Mythbuntu 7.10 and during the install process I chose the manual partitioning method and set up the system to install on to an IDE hard drive.

    In the partitioning window I could see all my drives (two IDE & two SATA).

    The install went without any problems but when I loaded mythbuntu for the first time I noticed that the SATA drives weren't being mounted.

    I am very confused!

    The output from lsmod | grep sata is:

    sata_via 12548 0
    libata 125168 2 ata_generic,sata_via

    I am using an ASUS VA-20 motherboard.

    Please help

    Neil
    Can you mount them manually? If so, just add them to fstab so they will mount at boot time.

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    Re: SATA not recognised VA-20 Motherboard

    Yeah thanks, I didn't think to try that! I am a bit new to this Linux thing you see!

    I have now "fstabbed" them and all is well!

    Thanks!

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