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    [ubuntu] Re: Is GRUB mandatory?

    I think a fake RAID5 is a no go for Ubuntu..

    device-mapper: table: 254:0: raid45: unknown target type
    device-mapper: ioctl: error adding target to table
    ERROR: device-mapper target type "raid45"...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is GRUB mandatory?

    I'm getting there I think... Seems to mount the partition but now I'm getting a ERROR 15 File not found.

    Time for sleep, Ill try to fix it in the morning.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is GRUB mandatory?

    Restarting now, wish me luck ;)
    Should of read the documentation, it needs something like grub or lilo installed.

    Now Ill never go to sleep..
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is GRUB mandatory?

    My MB only allows me to use RAID5/0 at the same time.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is GRUB mandatory?

    Well.. From Memory since I'm working on something else..

    I created the partitions from Acronis, loaded dmraid and went to install Ubuntu. It went fine, saw the partitions, installed etc..

    I let...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Is GRUB mandatory?

    I am setting up Ubuntu on RAID5 and its being such a pain.
    Well GRUB that is, the install went well. I found Acronis for 24.99 and if it works then its way better then trying to get GRUB to work.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Disk Imaging Utility for tri-boot RAID

    Anyone?
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    [ubuntu] Is GRUB mandatory?

    ...OR can I just install another boot manager, like Acronis Boot manager?

    psycroptik
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    [ubuntu] Disk Imaging Utility for tri-boot RAID

    Hi, I am looking for a disk imaging utility that will run in ubuntu and take an image of my entire RAID.

    RAID5 array 3x320gb
    Win XP
    Win Vista
    Ubuntu

    I also need it to take periodic images...
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