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I need a JNI drivers for redhat linux, do you have any idea regards to this

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Hi!

It is a hard thing. JNI is bought by AMCC.
In a few years ago (2002) the HBA-s are supported under Redhat Linux (6 or 7) but, currently drivers disappears from the manufacturers web site (www.amcc.com( , and company policy said that only the current drivers
appears on the web site. I dont found any Linux hba driver.

So it is not supported unfortunately. :(

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

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