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If you have a working debian system you could boot the debian system, create a new root partition for the ubuntu install and then use debootsrap to install the system. Recent versions of debootstrap support ubuntu targets (see /usr/share/deboostrap/scripts).<BR>
I rarely use the installer to install anything.<BR>
On Sat, 2009-04-11 at 14:51 +0200, Franz Waldmüller wrote:
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.
As far as I am informed the alternate CD uses the Debian installer.
I did the same as you: partition the harddisks and then use the
installer to create the md-devices.
Wish you luck