Well, firstly, I got a defective CPU :(, so I swapped it with my own to check, broke my own mobo [I think] as my athlon1Ghz works in the new mobo perfectly.
The IDE-RAID is not recognised, I got a kernel oops with the jumper enabled. I tested mandrake 8.1/8.2/Redhat 7.2 aswell as Caldera Openlinux [latest version, too lazy to look at the CD].
Unfortunately they don't understand the HPT372 chipset. Once I disabled it its all cool. Finds the drives and all. Thank the gods. [I believe it also has a HPT370]
I have just completed an install of mandrake 8.1 and its works grand. I am going to attempt a root raid1 install [only have two drives installed currently], and I would like input from you guys.
I have just noticed that the root-raid is obsolete now :(
Anyone have a URL for the new one?
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