Linux-supported PCIe SSD



wizardfromoz

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samsung evo 970 was at least one, back tomorrow Oz time

... and welcome to the site

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dos2unix

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Is there any recent of any Linux that doesn't support ALL m.2 ssd drives?

I have redhat, centos, fedora, ubuntu, oracleUnbreakable, and SuSE all installed on systems with m.2
ssd drives. Some are Intel, some are samsung, some are crucial, and some don't even have vendor name printed on them (cheap ones).

Has anyone had trouble getting linux to run on these? Have you ever had to install special software or special drivers?
 



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