> As per my previous email, I updated the PERC2 driver.
> After the update I am able to go into the RAID configuration utility and
> create either a raid0, raid5 or volume arrays.
> Which is all fine and dandy.
> However for some reason when I proceed with the Solaris 8 for x86
> installation, the install still says that there are no disks.
> I have tried all the firmware on Dell’s website, updated the OS BIOS.
> Would anyone recall anything else that they might have encountered?
> I know it’s a long shot, it was a long time ago, but if someone has a memory
> or two of how they got Solaris 8 to work on a Dell Power edge 4300 or
> similar hardware it would be really appreciated.
As I said before, get the Solaris Driver, create the DU diskette, and load
it when prompted to add a driver. That's pretty much it.