I have an Asus A8V motherboard and had Gutsy running on it for some time. Warning Always when installing something of this magnitude make sure that you back up anything of importance. So it secures the system from data loss, but the system can nonetheless crash. Setting up a dual-boot system Here are the general instructions for this: This needs to be done manually. But this thing should really work by default.
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I am now waiting until Ubuntu is installed, hopefully grub part will be easy I have an Asus A8V motherboard and had Gutsy running on it for some time.
I had to do it before launching the ubiquity installer. This is a pdc controller.
Also, install dmraid first, then the kernel, in order to use the initramfs scripts that are now part of the 6. With the advent of Terabyte disk drives, FakeRAID is becoming a popular option for entry-level small business servers to simply mirror 2 1.
Notes General Notes Ubiquity will fail when installing grub, and will not automatically add dmraid to the new installation. This file is used to map the dmraid device to a grub hdY.
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This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia’s quality standards. Otherwise this will update dmraid and rebuild the grub init to load dmraid. Ignoring this area interferes with eeb2, so you need to enable the restriction by adding libata.
Instead of “apt-get install linux or k7, k8, k8-smp, etc” simply use “apt-get install linux-generic”. The two map commands fool Windows into thinking it is on the first drive.
TRIM is disabled using this driver. Make esh2 you only use partitions you created yourself in case partitions are listed doubly.
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Please discuss this issue on the article’s talk page. It is critical to stick to this order, since in the case that Windows is installed first on the fakeraid, gparted does not recognize the Windows-Partitons and tell you, that the whole RAID-Stripe is not formated. Please help by moving some material from it into the body of the article. Basically you install using the live cd alternate no longer required in 9. There is just some issue about a restricted hard-drive area used by some motherboards, which is ignored by default in Ubuntu.
I found out, that one important file was missing: The problem lies with Windows – it expects to be on the first essb2. I could not set the raid set for boot in the BIOS.
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If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be mergedredirectedor deleted. As you already format the partition in the step 6. This should also work ssb2 initially setting up Grub, as described above.
Unsupported Version This article applies to an unsupported version of Ubuntu. User Contributions Itnel 6. This option ROM version is the last version for the X79 chipset, Intel has updated to a 13 series, but no function on X When I tried it, it didn’t work the first time and I had to manually install dmraid.
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There is a bug in the version Partners Support Community Ubuntu. Here you must choose manual partitioning and tell Ubuntu to use the partions you set up during step Windows will recognize the partitions created with gparted and can be installed alongside. Open a terminal and type: I have found that gparted does not work correctly for me.