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Newsletter - New OS Support
Added Support for Rocky linux 9.0
The new Opensource Driver has added support for this os. Support Products:SSD7xxx; SSD6540/6540M; RocketRAID3700; RocketRAID2800; RocketRAID800; RocketRAID600; Rocket710/720; RocketStor643xTS;
Newsletter - Manual Updates
User Manual for Linux Performance Optimization
Scripts Released >> Read More
Our optimization scripts can be downloaded on the following product pages:SSD7xxx; RocketRAID3700; RocketRAID2800; RocketRAID800; Rocket710/720; RocketStor643xTS;
January 6, 2023
SSD6444 initial version of Linux Driver (Ubuntu/ Debian/Fedora/Proxmox/Redhat/Rocky) and management software released.
December 16, 2022
The Linux Opensource Driver of the following products has been updated to V22.214.171.124.06 - supporting older kernels (CentOS7, Redhat7, Ubuntu16 ).
Re: Can HighPoint’s Linux Open-Source Drivers support Boot RAID configurations, if the requested Linux distribution (version) is supported by LACS 2.0?
''Yes. If a Bootable RAID configuration is required, please install the HighPoint open source driver after Linux setup is complete...''
Re:Can HighPoint Binary Drivers support kernel versions not included with the distribution’s Download package?
''No. All Binary drivers are developed based on a specific kernel version derived from the default kernel of the ISO file downloaded by the operating system...''
Re: Why do Bootable RAID configurations require that the Binary Driver and HighPoint Linux Open-Source Driver both be installed?
''Bootable RAID configurations lack a compilation environment for the driver, so it is necessary to put the compilation environment in the Binary driver in advance......''
Re: How do you set up a Linux Boot-RAID or Data-RAID configuration, if we want to use a LACS 2.0 supported distribution, but with an OEM Kernel?
''The standard driver version is not suitable for OEM kernels. We recommend contacting email@example.com if you need to request a suitable driver...''