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Old 04-08-2004, 02:35 AM   #1
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Slackware 9.1 and SATA Raid

I am currently running windows xp and a sata raid 0 setup on my abit nf7-s with the sil3122a raid controller. I am gonna try to install slackware 9.1 in the next few days. Is there anything special I need to do during the install because of the raid setup?
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I need some help. I am not sure how to partition the disks. I think fdisk is recognizing them as individual drives and not a raid array. I don't want to mess up my xp partiton trying to create the linux partitons. Does anyone know what I should do?


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