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Old 03-11-2008, 03:16 PM   #1
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RAID partition editor

I usually just used gparted for all my editing and resizing needs, but I need something with raid support. I know gparted supports some raid, but not all and mine isn't supported, I guess.

I found that Nvidia has a linux chipset driver. Is there a way I can install a RAID driver on gparted or an alternitave open source partition editor?

BTW, it's for a xtx n680i motherboard. I also have no experience with installing linux drivers.

[Edit] The distro I'm trying to install is Fedora core 8.

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You should put your distro in your user profile. Some distro's have a graphical editor for building raid arrays and/or lvm volumes.


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