Then don't hook it to the RAID controller. It's THAT SIMPLE. No computer out has ONLY a RAID controller and nothing else. Use the regular drive controller until a RAID driver is done. I don't currently use RAID, so I never even bother installing the RAID driver.
You don't need a RAID controller to do RAID in linux. I was doing RAID long before RAID controllers were even a thing. A RAID controller simply makes the RAID a little faster, and maybe a little easier... if it has a driver.
No matter what they claim, it just makes them look worse. I mean, from their point of view, a high-school drop-out who lied, cheated on tests, and hacked computers to get his job and promotions made them all look like utter chumps. They must feel like complete shit, so naturally they want to spread that feeling as far as possible.
Which is why I keep advocating for all government positions to filled exactly the same way juries are. Any random yahoo off the street (as vetted by a judge and a couple of lawyers) has GOT to be better than what we have now.
I voted third party, so I can sure as hell say you all picked to wrong candidate. I did not vote for Kang OR Kodos. Sure as hell not going to vote for Kang or Kodos again, so whoever wins, I'll still have the high ground to preach from.
Sorry, but those link prove MY point. A few balloons, a handful of cores, and a few thousand thermometers do NOTHING to show a GLOBAL temperature. That's what the satellites do. It's why they put the satellites up in the first place.
Yeah... no. Considering that 99% of temperature data comes from SATELLITES that didn't exist until a couple decades ago, and that we have NO RECORDS OF ANY KIND from more than a few thousand years ago, I'll take all average global temperature data values older than 20 years with a grain of salt.
Now those satellite readings do show the earth is getting warmer... just slightly. What that means remains to be seen. And we almost certainly will see as humans don't seem to be in any hurry to do anything about the temps.
It's the last they did for OLDER video cards and chipsets. And by older, I don't mean 10 years, I mean like 5 or 6. My living room computer uses the open source AMD driver because it's too old for the AMD linux driver on newer than 12.04. Thank goodness for open source!