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    Double post, but an odd update. I have an i3 based platform I'm testing and it wouldn't work in IDE emulation mode, but does work in AHCI... which is to say... weird.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    i had same issue with a asus workstation board with 1156 socket . only sata set to ahci worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    If they are based on the second or third generation iSeries CPUs things tend to go wrong. I'll be glad when we finally get a new kernel, we're in desperate need of an HCL refresh. Stock SATA controllers are getting annoying to make them work.
    I agree. Can't wait for the new kernel!

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    My experience shows that Optiplex Series 3XX are not totally comaptible with Linux. Sometimes I had issues with CD Drive, sometimes had issues with Video Card.

    On the other hand never had issues with Series 6xx or even 7xx.

    About Poweredge 19xx or 29xx no issues.

    Not necessary to say (here), but consult Dell for Linux Compatibility would be helpful

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    the optiplex 3x and newer linesare too new for most Linux distros. The only distros Dell supports is RHEL and ubuntu.

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