These instructions are adapted and fleshed out from the original dmraid the program used to discover the raid devices README. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I would love to have linux blazing on this computer as soon as possible, but if I must wait for drivers to be created, I will. Partition your individual array drives and make the partitions type fd Linux raid auto. Put this code in it: Yes and use the raid function with dmraid. When I try to do a fresh install of linux the OS can’t find my hard drives.

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You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. You need to find your device name. And sorry for bumping this, I’m just stuck.

Find More Posts by coolskin. All times fasttra, GMT. My Linux partition has just become incredibly more useful, thanks to everyone in this thread. Where is this how-to? Creative SB live 5. The command I’ve been using to try and mount the device is: These instructions are adapted and fleshed out from the original dmraid the program used to discover the raid devices README.



Which I would assume means that this whole thing doesn’t apply to me? If it is not in the man pages or the how-to’s this is the place! You can work with it even while the drives are resynching. I’ve filed a bug report on it, and have some other things I need to try as workarounds.

Results 1 to 2 of 2. I would prefer to go with a stable kernel, but if fasttrai is impossible, I will use a devel kernel. This bug should be solved in the next release candidate, but maybe it detects the array correctly for you. So i made a little script to mount them when i need them in my home directory.

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The latest version of dmraid rc 13installed from source, that is not yet available in repositories, fixes all this stuff: I need a copy that would make my life much easier. Thanks for the howto. I also want to know how u can install Ubuntu on an existing sata raid 0, like when using an onboard Silicon Image raid controller. May be anybody of you have ever encountered it?


I have 2 sata hdd set as raid “0” and it ‘s working fine. I hope that this is not a problem for boot up my root partition after a reboot, buy I’ve a lot of dubious.

Put this code in it: Does this only work with SATA? I need to eliminate this step since I move Gigs of data. Wed Oct 13, 2: There were no problems in Mandriva and here I simply don’t know what’s linud. When your linux cd gives you the boot options type in linux dd dd is for driver disk. This is located at lunux Having a problem logging in? Even when mounting them one at a time.

All my other hardware should be working great with it, from what I can tell.