I have found some instructions that allow installation of woody on a 2.4.21 kernel:-
The second one worked for me, I think there is not a lot of support for this chipset because it is proprietary
and actually not very good. You probably won't find many people to advice a RAID 0 configuration but, it has some
merit in RAID1.
If you want to dual boot with M$ I'd suggest you boot with the bf2.4 floppies partition the disk, abort the debian install;
Install M$ , then restart your debian installation; I upgraded to sarge as quickly as I could as well as installing grub which
is a big improvement over the faulty lilo configuration I had to start with. And keep a back up of your array because it *WILL* fail
at some point.