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Thread: Sata installation
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- Feb 2006
1. For SATA support out of the box, you'll need to install a distro with a 2.6 kernel. If you want a distro which closely resembles RH, but with 2.6 kernel, take a look at Fedora Core or CentOS.
2. If you have RAID setup, you can't multi-boot OS'es from a RAID setup. i.e. you'll have to install Linux to a drive which is not connected in a RAID setup.Life is complex, it has a real part and an imaginary part.