I've just built a new system and have been beating at this problem for the past week or so with no success. I've scoured the Linux Mint and Ubuntu forums (as well as some frantic Googling), and either none of the topics I've found specifically covered what I was looking for, or they just "didn't work."
I'm trying to set up a triple-boot on RAID 1. The operating systems in question are Windows XP Pro, Windows XP Pro x64, and Linux Mint 7 x64. The RAID is set up as (what I believe is) a FakeRAID provided by the BIOS.
I have successfully installed both Windows on RAID 1 side-by-side using the drivers packaged with the MoBo, but installing Linux has been giving me headaches. I first tried to install using the LM7 live CD and the "HowToFakeRAID" on the Ubuntu forums, but Mint was not reading my RAID properly. I then tried using the Ubuntu Alternate CD, which seems to have properly installed Ubuntu under some kind of RAID, but essentially destroyed my Windows installations.
Essentially, what I need to know is how to install LM7 onto an existing RAID 1 fakeraid alongside two Windows installations. I apologize if this has been asked before, but I'm at my wits' end and haven't been able to find anything.
I would like to use Linux Mint, but if that is impossible (or impossibly difficult), I am fine settling with Ubuntu or Debian.
Thanks in advance.