I have tried the procedure in this website, but my results are different. I never got a chance to specify the settings for the partition on the "fake raid". It just used the whole "device" as a partion mounted at /. When I logged in in rescue mode, I could not find the different devices to configure grub.[🔎]547EFDD2.firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">
I have also tried Ubuntu-server 2014-10 but I did not understand the installation asking me whether to activate raid or not for the devices and then not showing them anywhere.
Centos 6.6 could install without a problem but I do not want to work with a rpm-based system if possible.
At the moment Centos or Fedora (which I would not prefer on any server) seems to be the non-commercial options available to me.
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