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Dell PERC h700 raid for Ubuntu Server

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I've loaded Ubuntu Server 11.04 on a Dell R610 with PERC H700 raid.  In the default installation, it did not recognize the raided hard drives.

Dell does not have a driver.  Where do I find a driver for this and how do I load it?

Thanks in advance.
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It would appear the H700 controller isn't very well supported in Ubuntu. Take a look at the matrix in this website which identifies which systems the controller is commonly found in at what Ubuntu versions support it:-

http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/catalog/component/scsi:103B2:1000B-DISK
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OK.  I guess I'll need to go back a version on the Ubuntu.
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