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i recently tried installing linux on my raid 0 array next to windows using my onbaord sata. but had no luck, and was told that it wasnt possible becasue it ...
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    what sata card do i need for raid 0


    i recently tried installing linux on my raid 0 array next to windows using my onbaord sata. but had no luck, and was told that it wasnt possible becasue it was fake raid, or something along those lines, newho, i was wondering if someone could tell me what kind of pci raid card i should get inorder for linux to install on a raid 0 array next to a windows partition, and installing fedora core 4 (if that matters)

    i was thinking something out of this list

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...nd&Order=price

    thanks

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    I've not heard of anyone who has successfully set up RAID in Linux. Regular SATA drives work fine, though.
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    what is the major dificulty? i dont understand why it can be so simple for windows and so imposible for linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paridoth
    what is the major dificulty? i dont understand why it can be so simple for windows and so imposible for linux.
    I'm not the proper person to ask. I have no use for RAID on my systems. Stick around, perhaps someone can shed light on it.
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    will do, thanks for the reply

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