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akhenatoni 05-25-09 12:58 PM

When nforce630a (MCP68PVNT) is fully suported in linux ?

When will be suported nforce630a (MCP68PVNT) in linux ? I purchased a mobo ASUS M2N-VM HDMI and nothing to detect my sata controller. I am using old drivers to my SATA II hard drive work, but with this i don't exceed 14MB/s transference.

I was thinking about purchase a two new NVidia cards for SLI purposes, but my use would be in linux systems more than windows and with this limitation i think have further limitations under SLI enviroment.

I play Urban Terror and Quake's flavors under my work enviroment for relax purposes.

Nvidia developers can help me ???

Thanks a lot.

P.S: My ethernet controller not work as Gigabit Ethernet, only FastEthernet Full Duplex with some errors.

Dizzle7677 05-29-09 07:06 PM

Re: When nforce630a (MCP68PVNT) is fully suported in linux ?
Ask whatever distro that build your kernel to include the particular sata modules. Or compile it yourself to your own specs.

akhenatoni 05-30-09 11:21 PM

Re: When nforce630a (MCP68PVNT) is fully suported in linux ?
thanks for reply, but dont have in linux kernel support to this nforce630a. the source of sata_nv.c not support this chipset then not support yet for it.

I think so nvidia developers can help me to include this support in the linux kernel.

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