[Grml] Is accessing striped "dynamic disks" from GRML possible?

Michael Prokop mika at grml.org
Thu Nov 2 16:10:58 CET 2006

* Michael Schierl <schierlm-public at gmx.de> [20061101 19:15]:

> I wanted to rescue some files from a broken Win2000 install with grml.
> The data to rescue were stored on a striped partition on a dynamic disk
> (Windows' equivalent to a software raid0).

Running on fakeraid? [ http://linux-ata.org/faq-sata-raid.html ]

> Does anyone know a way to access these files from grml? Or is it
> impossible to do this from Linux and I have to include a BartPE disk in
> my rescue disk set as well?

Check out dmraid. It's available on grml.

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