Setting up Ubuntu on a raided system
Amedee Van Gasse (ubuntu)
amedee-ubuntu at amedee.be
Mon Apr 13 23:25:42 UTC 2009
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Franz Waldmüller schreef:
> Alan Chandler schrieb:
>> I have been a long time Debian Sid User, but I would like to explore the
>> more structured release cycle that Ubuntu offers.
>> I downloaded the latest 9.04beta .iso and started to install, but unlike
>> the debian installer, it didn't appear to offer an option to load up the
>> raid software, so the partitioning options concentrated only on one
>> offering to repartition my disks without raid applied.
> In order to setup a RAID-configuration you have to use the alternate-CD.
That simply is not true!
You *can* use the normal graphical install cd with raid and lvm
configurations. I do that all the time.
You just have to install raid and lvm2 inside the livecd session before
you start the installation.
Some of my Delicious bookmarks may be relevant:
... and many more on Google ;-)
Please read these documents carefully and make sure you understand them.
Don't follow them to the letter because every configuration is different!
I assume that the topicstarter won't have a lot of problems if he
already knows how to do it in Debian.
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