View Full Version : [ubuntu] Is there an easy way to access my RAID-0?

May 19th, 2008, 03:08 PM
I have Ubu-8.04 installed on its own dedicated IDE drive. My PC's default OS is WinXP on a SATA raid-0 setup. I need to access it from Ubu.

Ubu, by default, detects all my IDE drives, but it doesn't detect my SATA raid-0.

Is there an easy way to add raid-0 support to Ubu so I can access the files on it?

Please reply asap. I need the files on it quickly. Thx.

Info: RAID-0, two 500GB SATA drives (1TB total) connected using the Silicon Image 3114 raid controller on the Motherboard. I installed the Gnome Device Manager and it detects the RAID-0 drives, but that's it. No way to add them in to the setup.

May 29th, 2008, 01:47 PM
same problem here need solution have 4 drives on silicon image 3114 pci card shows up as separate drives but in windows i have 2x raid 0