I actually don't intend to use RAID with Linux. It's just that I am dual
booting, and it sucks to have to unplug the RAID drives in order to boot to
If there was some way of just getting the install to ignore this kind of
onboard RAID, we'd all be better off.
Otherwise I'm going to have to change distros and build my own kernel.
>WinRAID on these boards are NOT SUPPORTED by opensource drivers.
>WinRAID is a joke, and should only be used if you're using Windows on
>the system. Please do not report failures of Fedora Core and your
>WinRAID onboard solution. SATA is supported in a CONTROLLER ONLY mode,
>not WinRAID. Hardware RAID cards such as 3ware and LSI are supported
>in RAID mode via opensource drivers, but you will not find these
>onboard your motherboard.
>Jesse Keating RHCE (geek.j2solutions.net)
>Fedora Legacy Team (www.fedoralegacy.org)
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