On Mon, 2001-10-29 at 19:38, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> There is a driver for it alright -
>http://people.redhat.com/arjanv/pdcraid/ataraidhowto.html. The only
> problem is that you'll have to use redhat to install with it, the problem
> being that the drivers might keep linux happy, but the installer still
> won't know how to deal with it unless it has been told about ide raid
> (which the redhat one has for obvious reasons). I.e. mandrake, debian,
> SuSe won't install onto the raid drive. However, you can install onto
> another hard drive and copy the installation across when finished - bit of
> work involved tho if you're new to this lard.
Mandrake 8.1 has modules for it, whether or not it installs onto it
I can't say, but I'd imagine it would be fine...
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