Heinz Mauelshagen mauelshagen at redhat.com
Wed Feb 9 14:46:34 UTC 2005

You need to use recent Fedora Core, which comes with dmraid.
Doesn't have installer support yet, as mentioned in my other mail.

On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 11:17:24AM +1100, Boz - wrote:
> Yes so the basic Setup that I have and want is currently I have 20Gb 
> unformatted partition for RedHat and WinXP on the other partition (Windows 
> is already installed and running). The setup that I wish to have is so that 
> RedHat and Win run on the same HARDWARE RAID I know that the setup I 
> currently have is OS independent (via the on board rom).
> I can start the installer and know how to get into the console during 
> install but when I try to run "dmraid -ay" it says that It doesn't know 
> what the command dmraid is =(
> The kernel I have is 2.6.9-1 for Fedora. BIOS for SATA is set to RAID 
> otherwise it won't work properly.
> I would like to learn Linux further and have it installed for my course. =)
> System Specs:
> P4 3.2Ghz LGA775
> Asus P5GD2 with ICH6R Northgate
> 2x SATA RAID 1 (mirrored) Seagate
> 128Mb X600 ATi
> 512Mb Corsair DDR2
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