I have a test system that I will be using crossover linux on, I have not yet tried to install linux and use the crossover to see if this works.
But I'm wondering if it's possible to access a sata raid(1) volume on a intel chipset with crossover using the windows version of storage manager from Intel?
Or, will it not work as intended cause of the lack of ntfs support in Linux?
Like, the application will work but accessing the ntfs raid volume will not work.. if you know what I'm trying to explain? ;)
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