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I have read somewhere that some of the linux distributions need a partition outside an array for the boot sector to be able to boot. But I was wondering if ...
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- 08-26-2012 #1
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- Feb 2012
raid0 Ubuntu 12.04 Installation Problems
Is that in general possible and is there somewhere a good howto?
I am currently testing Ubuntu with my 2x 200GB 7.2k HDD. But my original plan is to install on 2 Seagate 750GB Momentus XT SATA 6Gb/s Hybrids that I've ordered, on several partitions a Ubuntu 12.04 with MythTV, Windows XP, pfSense (for testing purpouses).
If someone has some input in what order to install the above and how to configure the bootloader would be appreciated.
- 09-01-2012 #2
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- May 2011
I copied this from your other (closed) thread:
HOWTO: Fake Raid 0 Bios and Dual Boot Sabayon and XP - Sabayon Wiki
It is for Sabayon, not *buntu, but a lot of it is low-level (distro-agnostic) and there seems to be a lot of detailed information there - give it a read, maybe. Ubuntu is so popular that I bet a good guide for it exists somewhere.
as a piece of advice, i would recommend NOT sharing out (mounting) your partition containing the Documents and Settings folder, if you intend to write to it from Linux - it would be too easy to screw something up there. Instead, I would set up a separate partition formatted with FAT32 (or NTFS, I guess) and have both systems write to that. In Windows, you can change the location of the My Music folder with a registry hack, e.g.:
My Music folder location - Windows-XP-General-Discussion - Windows-XP