changing bootloaders in FC2
itsme_410 at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 15 00:20:07 UTC 2004
By the way, the installation process actually finds
"Autodetects RAID arrays"....
Why would it do so if, as you suggest, hardware RAID is not set up on my
I guess I have to look up on documentation for setting up hardware RAID first?
--- Alexander Dalloz <alexander.dalloz at uni-bielefeld.de> wrote:
> Am Di, den 15.06.2004 schrieb Globe Trotter um 1:49:
> > In any case, here is the partitioning:
> > /dev/hde1 ext3
> > /dev/hde2 swap
> > /dev/hde4
> > /dev/hde5 ext3 /
> > /dev/hde6 ext3 /usr/local
> > /dev/hdg is where the mirror is (it shows as free space).
> Ok, you did not set up any RAID. The controller is some kind of "fake
> hardware RAID" - it is just software RAID with BIOS support.
> Follow partitioning instructions within Disk Druid during installation
> of Fedora by this manual:
> You have to make use of Linux software RAID. And see
> for having grub on both RAID1 drives. (The link was posted today here on
> the list by Christopher K. Johnson.)
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