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Re: raid0

   I just compiled a 2.0.32 kernel with raid/linear support because I would
   like to strip 2 - 2 GB partitions.  I downloaded md035.tar.gz from
   ftp://linux.nrao.edu/pub/linux/packages/MD-driver/, however I could
   not get it to compile.  Here is the tail of my errors.

Although you mention symlinking /usr/include/linux to
/usr/src/linux/include/linux, you might have forgotten to symlink
/usr/include/asm to /usr/src/linux/include/asm-i386.

Besides that, you might want to note that if you just want to do
raid0, then you don't need this driver.  I'm quite happily running
raid0 across 3 4.3 GB UW SCSI drives with just the driver included in
the stock 2.0.32 kernel, on my personal box.

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