My first post here...
Tried a lot of linux distro's the last weeks... discovered I like fedora the best, but it has one problem that I really don't like. Being a complete Linux noob, currently the only working alternative is to switch to mandrake 10.1 which allows me to dual boot out of the box.
Fedora on an 40 GB Seagate IDE (linux filesystems)
Windows on 2*80 GB RAID 0 on SIl 3112A onboard RAID controller.
The only thing I want is to get GRUB so far as to give me an option allowing me to boot into windows...
Fedora recognises the drives, but doesn't think they are raid.
installed dmraid-1.0.0-rc5f.i386.rpm (forgot to google to the fc3 version, but don't think it would be a problem as I had the same problems a few days ago. ).
dmraid -cs reports no software RAID discs
dmraid -ay sil reports no software RAID discs
dmraid -rf sil reports two drives @ sil @ raid 0
dmraid -s sil reports no software RAID discs.
And when running in init 3, I get following error: program dmraid is using a deprecated SCSI ioctl, please convert it to SG_IO