Re: Mounting Windows Software Raid in Ubuntu
The Win7 'software raid' uses a MB based chip set to set up the raid. To access it within Ubuntu you would use dmraid not mdadm to access it. In my experience dmraid is not installed with the Ubuntu installation unless the Ubuntu itself is installed to the raid. To access the NTFS formatted raid partitions simply install dmraid (sudo apt-get install dmraid). On completion of this the NTFS raid partitions should be automatically found and be mountable within nautilus.
Conversely if you use mdadm to set up a software raid that raid would not be usable to windows.
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12.10 Quantal w/grub2/Mint13 installed on raid0, Gigabyte AMD MB, AMD 64x4 CPUs at 3.2GHz, 16 GB ram, HD7770 ATI video, dual boot win7 on 64gb ssd and win8 on 1Tb SATA raid. 13.04 installed on raid0 and ssd