Question for all you techies: Until recently I dual booted Win2k and some version of Linux (whatever I was playing around with though usually Suse). I recently upgraded my box to take advantage of the on board RAID the Gigabyte mobo I am using by slapping in a couple of 120gig Maxtor 7200rpm drives, and also upgraded Windows to XP Pro in the process. Now when I go to install Linux, I am told at the installation prompt that the 2.6.x kernel doesnt support RAID!! How on earth can a current Linux kernel not support RAID? I would really like to get a Linux OS back on my box, but I also want to keep my drives mirrored. Any suggestions? Edited to add: If the RAID isn't a feasible option, would it be possible to leave Windows on the RAID, install a third hard drive on one of the IDE channels, install Linux on the third hard drive and have GRUB boot Windows off the RAID or Linux off the IDE?