I found the answer here: Use the desktop ISO. An easy solution is to install grub on the linux partition not the MBR. These people shouldn’t have to add a separate hard drive just so they can boot Linux. I am now waiting until Ubuntu is installed, hopefully grub part will be easy If you install to the drives without this running you WILL have access to the section of the hard drive that the disk metadata is located on that the controller uses, and you can wipe it out or damage it, ruining your array.

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Since I don’t need the dm-raid module in the modules, I need to add rmraid, which I just used nano to edit the modules file and added a new line: Retrieved from ” https: December Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Currently writing limux on a Standard on Intel Z68 -based motherboards. This wiki describes how to get Linux to see the RAID as one disk and boot from it in the same way that windows will install on this type of device. This page was last edited on 9 Novemberat Another strange situation is, during Live CD installation, the partition section shows multiple lines for each of the raid partitions.


Here you must choose manual partitioning and tell Ubuntu to use the partions you set up during step There is a bug in Ubiquity that ensures that when grub installation fails during install, some packages are left without untel. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.

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linuc Basically you install using the live cd alternate no longer required in 9. RAID-1 You should be aware that dmraid especially the dm-raid1 target of the device mapper at least up to kernel version 2.

Make sure you only use partitions you created yourself in case partitions are listed doubly.

I used fdisk and mkfs. Archived from the original on There is a bug in the version This workaround was needed before RST-E driver version 3.

This can be injected into ilnux X79 chipset with modification. Have a look at http: With the advent of Terabyte disk drives, FakeRAID is becoming a popular option for entry-level small business servers to simply mirror 2 1. Instead of “apt-get install linux or k7, k8, k8-smp, etc” simply use “apt-get install linux-generic”. A Striping with Fake Root 9.

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This article has multiple issues. If you have arrived here after researching this topic on the Internet, you know that a common response to this question is, “I don’t know if you can actually do that, but inntel bother — Linux has built-in softRAID capability. It could wreck any previous grub instalaltion. This allowed the installation to work.

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Multiboot configurations are common among users who need multiple operating systems available on the same machine. But this time change two options: To add a new entry into the win7 boot manager, you can use the official “bcdedit” command or the unofficial graphical utility named “EasyBCD 2.

The default package dmraid comes with scripts that are insufficient to actually activate the partitions on the array. Linjx found the answer here: