installing FreeBSD on a system with a RAID0...

installing FreeBSD on a system with a RAID0...

Post by Ray » Tue, 11 Jun 2002 12:32:50

Hi, I'm trying to move from Debian(Potato) to Free BSD but I can't seem
to figure out how to get the RAID controller on my ASUS A7V333 mobo to
be recognized. The controller is a Promise 20276 MBFastTrak133. One more
question should I expect any problems with my M$ Natural Keyboard (w/
USB hub built-in) or my wireless M$ Intellimouse Explorer?
Thanks everyone.

1. HowTo install FreeBSD on RAID0 array


My motherboard has RAID0 on it (Asus A7V133 with two drives which form the
raid0 array). I've installed win98 on it and seems to work fine.  I tried to
install FreeBSD 4.2 on it, but it refuses to boot.

How and where do I create the right partitions for BSD on my raid array?
And how can I do a fresh install on my raid array?


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