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Does HP's Lio work on a linux box?

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I have a new server i am setting up which will eventually go into a Data Center and am wondering if HP's LIO will work when setup with Centos OS.

Or should I even bother
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that didn't work for me somehow I couldn't download it and when I tried the directions
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Maybe I am using the wrong shell commands hummm
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