Hey guys! Ok, I've got an issue that I thought wasn't so bad, but I've spent days talking with HP support and can't get anything useful from them. Short Version: I've installed RehHat Linux AS 4.0 on a SCSI controller that BIOS can not boot from. I need help making a disk that my server can boot from that will load the OS on this SCSI controller. Long Version: I recently just purchased a new HP DL585 with the intentions of booting from a SAN so as to save costs on SCSI disks and a RAID controller. I've installed a Qlogic 4010c iSCSI controller card and configured the attached storage. Ok, simple right? Now I started the RedHat install, going through the basic steps. When it gets to what drive it wants me to install onto, it doesn't see my storage. So I load in the driver diskette, it then sees the storage and installs as normal. Still with me? So now I have linux installed on the attached storage, the installer requests a reboot. So the machine cycles and comes up with a No System Drive detected error and reboots. Huh? Wha? So on the reboot, I enter the BIOS configuration and find that even though the card is detected, it cannot be selected as a bootable device. And seeing that none of the "bootable devices" has an OS, the No System Drive error results. Ok, its a BIOS issue, I know, however the next BIOS revision that will enable this option isn't going to be ready until NEXT YEAR! BOO! So correct me if I'm wrong, but I think I need to create a boot loader on one of the bootable devices the server does support, that will then load my OS. And try as I might (and have) I can't find a decent explination of how to do this anywhere. I don't care if its LILO, GRUB, System Commander, NTLOADER or what, I just need help making this work. Thanks, and let me know if this description is too confusing, it seems to overwhelm HP, Qlogic and Redhat support.