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I have a computer set up with only a software raid 0 set up (2 hard disks). I already have made partitions for ext3 and swap. But how can I install ubuntu on my system now?
When I install through ubuntu alternate install disk (which detects my hard disks fine) when install finishes I cant load ubuntu because it complains about not being able to mount / or something like that..
Ok I have Duo booted ubuntu a couple of times now. When you were partitioning did you use the automatic or he manual? Since you have two hard disks, I will assume you use a desktop and you know how to take it apart. So, if you did automatics the bestt I can tell you is to swith your hard drives around physically and if that fails try switching g the boot menu order. If you used manual partitioning then when you were creating the ext3 partition you did not type / in the text box labeled Moint Point (that's the best I can help you) I hope this has fixed your problem. GO UBUNTU
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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