Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P Download Drivers

Available 8 files for EXC-SATA2-1P
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Linux RedHat - 32bits
Size Driver
1.1Mb
File Name
1565-redhat-ent42-32bit-zip.zip
Info
Silicon Image SiI SATA controller
Redhat Linux Driver

1. OVERVIEW

This driver disk adds support for the SiI 3531 SATA controller and overrides the Open Source Driver if it is contained in the CD-ROM.

Supported RedHat Linux versions:

* RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 Update 2, Kernel revision 2.6.9-22.
* This driver rev. 1.0.9.2 supports 32-bit AMD/Intel platforms for SiI3531 controller with RAID 5, port multiplier, and hot-plug capability.
2. INSTALLATION

For detailed information about RedHat installation visit:
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR OEM CUSTOMERS:
ADD your PCI ID to the "pcitable" file if OEM VendorId is going to be different
from SiI 0x1095 IDs. (End Users should ignore this step.)

2.1 PREPARING DRIVER DISK

A floppy disk is required to install into a brand new (or blank) disk drive.

If you received the driver in an xxx.img format, create a floppy containing the drivers under Linux by 'dd' as follows:

dd if=file_name.img of=/dev/fd0 (In a Linux System)
where filename will change with the distribution used.

If you received a zip file, use Winzip to unzip the [distribution]filename.zip file on to a formatted floppy disk.

2.2 FRESH INSTALLATION TO A BOOT DRIVE

Before you start make sure the BIOS sees your adapter card (if applicable) and
your disk drives.

If just adding Data Drives or upgrading, go to sections 3 or 4.
(Non-bootable SATA drives are considered as data drives.)

The following BIOS BOOT sequence is recommended => CD, Hard Disk, Floppy.

Installing the SiI Driver currently requires some manual intervention.
Boot from the CD 1.
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Linux RedHat - 64bits
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
1561-redhat-ent42-64bit-zip.zip
Info
Silicon Image SiI SATA controller
RedHat Linux Driver

1. OVERVIEW

This driver disk adds support for the SiI 3531 SATA controller and overrides the Open Source Driver if it is contained in the CD-ROM.

Supported RedHat Linux versions:

* RedHat Enterprise Linux 4 Update 2, Kernel revision 2.6.9-22.
* This driver rev. 1.0.9.2 supports 64-bit AMD/Intel platforms for SiI3531 controller with RAID 5, port multiplier and hot-plug capability.
2. INSTALLATION

For detailed information about RedHat installation visit:
http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR OEM CUSTOMERS:
ADD your PCI ID to the "pcitable" file if OEM VendorId is going to be different
from SiI 0x1095 IDs. (End Users should ignore this step.)

2.1 PREPARING DRIVER DISK

A floppy disk is required to install into a brand new (or blank) disk drive.

If you received the driver in an xxx.img format, create a floppy containing the drivers under Linux by 'dd' as follows:

dd if=file_name.img of=/dev/fd0 (In a Linux System)
where filename will change with the distribution used.

If you received a zip file, use Winzip to unzip the [distribution]filename.zip file on to a formatted floppy disk.

2.2 FRESH INSTALLATION TO A BOOT DRIVE

Before you start make sure the BIOS sees your adapter card (if applicable) and
your disk drives.

If just adding Data Drives or upgrading, go to sections 3 or 4.
(Non-bootable SATA drives are considered as data drives.)

The following BIOS BOOT sequence is recommended => CD, Hard Disk, Floppy.

Installing the SiI Driver currently requires some manual intervention.
Boot from the CD 1.
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Linux Suse - 32bits
Size Driver
1Mb
File Name
1564-suse-pro92-32bit-zip.zip
Info
Silicon Image SiI SATA controller
Linux Driver

1. OVERVIEW
This driver disk adds support for SiI SATA controller that is otherwise
not supported by a Distribution. For newer kernels this driver overrides
the Open Source Driver.

Supported versions:

* SuSE Enterprise 9.0, SP2 RC5, Kernel revision 2.6.5-7.191.
* This driver rev. 1.0.9.2 supports 32-bit AMD/Intel platforms for
SiI3531 controller with Raid5 port multiplier and hot-plug capabilities.
2. CREATE FLOPPY

A floppy disk is required to install into a brand new (or blank) disk drive.

Several Options:

. If you received a zip file, use Winzip to unzip the [distribution]filename.zip file on to a formatted floppy disk.
. If you received a tgz file, extract the contents of the [distribution]_sii____rhdd.tgz file on to a
formatted floppy disk. (e.g. use tar xzf [distribution]_sii____rdhh.tgz.)

. If you received an img file, and you are running windows: use "rawrite.exe sii____.img A:"

. If you are running Linux: use "dd if=filename.img of=/dev/fd0"

Note: IMPORTANT NOTE FOR OEM CUSTOMERS
ADD your PCI ID to the "pcitable" file if OEM VendorId is going to be different
from SiI 0x1095 IDs. (End Users should ignore this step.)


*** The following BIOS BOOT sequence is recommended => CD, Hard Disk, Floppy

3. INSTALL SOFTWARE SuSE

The installation requires special care since SuSE 9.x series reboots automatically.
By default SuSE wants to boot from the Hard Disk. At Boot Time manual intervention is required to choose Installation.

3.1 Insert SP2 Bootable( disk 1) CDROM.

3.2 Insert the driver floppy, When CD boots, press "F6" Key for Driver Disk.

3.3 Choose "Installation" option, instead of "Boot From Hard Disk".
3.4 When driver Update Menu pop-up, press "OK" to load the driver and then "BACK" to go back to installer.

3.5 Swap to SLES CD as prompt indicated.

3.6 When it comes to Yast Base installation screen, select "I Agree" to the license agreement.

3.7 Follow the rest of the instructions to complete the installation.

4. GENERAL INFO

. If you cat /proc/scsi/si3*/* you should see the Driver as reported by
the kernel.

. If you cat /proc/scsi/scsi you should see the your device as reported
by the kernel.
5. New Features and bug fixes

This revision has fixed a system hang issue when unload a driver after unplugging a drive from SV2000 BOX.
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Linux Suse -64bits
Size Driver
987Kb
File Name
1563-suse-pro92-64bit-zip.zip
Info
Silicon Image SiI SATA controller
Linux Driver

1. OVERVIEW
This driver disk adds support for SiI SATA controller that is otherwise
not supported by a Distribution. For newer kernels this driver overrides
the Open Source Driver.

Supported versions:

* SuSE Enterprise 9.0, SP2 RC5, Kernel revision 2.6.5-7.191.
* This driver rev. 1.0.9.2 supports 64-bit AMD/Intel platforms for
SiI3531 controller with Raid5 port multiplier and hot-plug capabilities.
2. CREATE FLOPPY

A floppy disk is required to install into a brand new (or blank) disk drive.

Several Options:

. If you received a zip file, Use Winzip to unzip the [distribution]filename.zip file on to a formatted floppy disk.
. If you received a tgz file, extract the contents of the [distribution]_sii____rhdd.tgz file on to a
formatted floppy disk. (e.g. use tar xzf [distribution]_sii____rdhh.tgz)

. If you received an img file, and you are running windows: use "rawrite.exe sii____.img A:"

. If you are running Linux: use "dd if=filename.img of=/dev/fd0"

Note: IMPORTANT NOTE FOR OEM CUSTOMERS
ADD your PCI ID to the "pcitable" file if OEM VendorId is going to be different
from SiI 0x1095 IDs. (End Users should ignore this step)


*** The following BIOS BOOT sequence is recommended => CD, Hard Disk, Floppy

3. INSTALL SOFTWARE SuSE

The installation requires special care since SuSE 9.x series reboots automatically.
By default SuSE wants to boot from the Hard Disk. At Boot Time manual intervention is required to choose Installation.

3.1 Insert SP2 Bootable( disk 1) CDROM.

3.2 Insert the driver floppy, When CD boots, press "F6" Key for Driver Disk.

3.3 Choose "Installation" option, instead of "Boot From Hard Disk"
3.4 When driver Update Menu pop-up, press "OK" to load the driver and then "BACK" to go back to installer.

3.5 Swap to SLES CD as prompt indicated.

3.6 When it comes to Yast Base installation screen, select "I Agree" to the license agreement.

3.7 Follow the rest of the instructions to complete the installation.

4. GENERAL INFO

. If you cat /proc/scsi/si3*/* you should see the Driver as reported by
the kernel.

. If you cat /proc/scsi/scsi you should see the your device as reported
by the kernel.
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Mac OS
Size Driver
89Kb
File Name
1566-mac-os-zip.zip
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Application for Windows
Operating Systems
Windows
Size Driver
31.7Mb
File Name
1560-utility-zip.zip
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows - 64bits
Size Driver
220Kb
File Name
1562-win-64bit-zip.zip
Company
Connectland
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Connectland EXC-SATA2-1P
Description
Drivers
Operating Systems
Windows 7 - 64bits
Size Driver
176Kb
File Name
1559-windows-zip.zip
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