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Checkpoint express, installing the secure platform on a HP DL320

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I am trying to install the secure platform on a HP DL320, after the reboot the IDE Raid drives are not mirrored any more, and I cannot see the network card from the OS.

How do you stop the install script and change the HD drivers and the network drivers.

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by:ferg-o
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Problem with SecurePlatform is that it may not support your hardware. If you start messing about with it then you will find that it is not supported. It is a stripped down version of linux so doesn't have all the driver support that you would get in a full distribution.

I know this isn't the answer you were looking for but I would speak to Checkpoint support and see what they would suggest for that model of Proliant.
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by:BBourdage
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Thank you, I have found some items on web, but nothing in detail. I hope someone out there has done this before.
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by:tatw
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Have you try to install the secure platform with the help of SMARTSTART CD rom or not?
I think if you just put in the secure platform CD and boot it up, the RAID driver may not be loaded.
So try to install with SMARTSTART CD.
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by:BBourdage
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I have tried that direction, the problem is that the os, is a package install, it uses it's own internal drivers.

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by:tatw
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If you've tried that direction, may be try to disable the raid one configuration in order to complete the installation.
Well, this is only a suggestion, not solution to your scenario.
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by:BBourdage
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I have now talked to Checkpoint. They have said that it is a hardened system, and that you cannot change the install scripts. They have recommend downloading the R55, patch. I am doing that now.

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