Yes to all three. I am going to have to purchase one for my second system I guess. I would copy and paste the syslog but since the drive never gets mounted then network. It is strange that the MOBO will boot with the drive and refuses to mount it later. Boots into unraid but then it can’t find the config files. That one actually gives an error. The issue I am having appears to be a failure to mount the USB drive at all.
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I even tried moving it to different port for what that was worth. Let me know your results. There is an error prior to the ones I mentioned above regarding that fact. Register a new account.
The drive is currently fat16 and the fdisk command returns nothing. So get this I pop in an elcheepo drive I had lying around and slap unraid on it and syslinux it won’t boot at all not even part way. If all are true, then not sure what is going on Boots into unraid but then it zsus find the config files.
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That probably saved me 90 bucks. Assumption p4r800-v – other “unix” commands work I am going to have to purchase one for my second system I guess. Posted December 21, Tower2 is now up and running! Once unRaid boots, log in via telnet and type the following command and the post its output here:. Earlier in the dmesg it says that the USB drive will not accept a new address.
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Just curious what yours is Well that did it. The USB drive is a lexar jumpdrive something or other. Sign in Already have an account?
We use Lexar MB Firefly, but should work with others. We evaluated this board early on and it WILL work, this is what you have to do: I tried both of them together with no success. Share this post Link to post.
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Sign In Sign Up. Yes to all three. Theh thread describing my attempts at getting the original unRaid Intel motherboard to boot my 1 Gig drive is here:. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment.
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Well it’s not broken down yet. Me thinks it is the MOBO. Already have an account?
Luckly, we don’t boot often, so USB 1. It is strange that the MOBO will boot with the drive and refuses to mount it later. That one actually gives an error.
Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in asuw to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. I would copy and paste the syslog but since the drive never gets mounted then network. This was a board I had lying around. Sign up for a new account in our community.