A how to that talks about getting Linux to recognize certain IDE/ SATA "Raid" Controllers.
"Under Windows, you must supply a driver floppy to the setup process so Windows can access the RAID. Under Linux, the hardware is seen for what it is, which is simply a multi-channel IDE/SATA controller. What this means is that if you have multiple disks configured as a RAID, Linux sees individual disks. This page describes how to get Linux to see the RAID as one disk, and boot from it. In my case, I use a RAID-0 configuration, but this should also apply to RAID-1 and RAID-5." FakeRaidHowto - Ubuntu Wiki
(Submitted by Noel Sat Dec 10, 2005 )
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