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  1. I think you're looking to be able to number the drives from "top to bottom" instead of the default "left to right", am I right? I'm actually wandering the same thing... I have 3 columns of 5 drives each, and they're numbered as such: 1 6 11 2 7 12 3 8 13 4 9 14 5 10 15 The way the plugin numbers them is: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 If there's a way to change the default numbering scheme that'd be awesome, but I haven't found one.
  2. Hi guys, I too have learned a lot reading this thread (thanks Grumpy for the very informative post), but I have what will probably be a question with an annoyingly simple answer... I'm trying to pass through a SATA Controller (HighPoint RocketRAID 2720SGL). I listed the devices, and am modifying /boot/extlinux.conf per Post #3 in this thread and similar posts around the web... but, how do I save this thing so that I can continue on?? Is that a stupid question? Is this file saved automatically? Simply, I'm just not sure how to continue on to the next step of updating the XenServer boot up (Step #3) I can tell there are Ctrl+x commands, but finding a list of these has turned up nothing... maybe I'm searching for the wrong phrase? Edit: Ok, so I kind of jumped the gun on the original reply here, but I finally got through it, nano was the key (hey, this was kicking my ass for a few days now). I'm obviously not near as linux savvy as the rest of you guys in here, but I'm trying to learn. But... while I did pass through my SATA Controller to my Server 2012 R2, it's still not recognized by the VM. I'll keep at it, but any direction would be appreciated