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Old 01-07-2004, 07:13 AM   #1
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Post config IDE-RAID in SUSE 9.0

Hi all,

I have the following question. At the moment i have a dual-boot system running with WindowsXP and Suse 9.0. Both os'es are installed on the same harddrive (no RAID). My D-drive in WindowsXP is a RAID-0 configuration. Unfortunately this RAID-set is under Linux not recognised as a single RAID-0 set.

My RAID configuration does recocignize the controllercard (SIL0680) and shows this as ATARAID activated.

Could anyone explain to me how i can connect to my RAID set instead of the 2 single drives (which are shown on my desktop right now)?



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