I am trying to set up Linux (preferably Linux Mint) with Dual Boot alongside my Windows 10 installation. Now the problem is, I'm using a Fake-RAID 0 setup, because I really dislike having partitions.
I'm using an Asus X370 Pro Mainboard and an AMD Ryzen 1800X CPU.
I've searched across the internet, and of course found many guides and stuff for dual booting a linux distro alongside windows, even some for a RAID setup.
What they all had in common, though, was the assumption, that installing
mdadm and running
sudo mdadm --assemble --scan
would work and let Linux detect my RAID array. Unfortunately, for me that is not the case. I received the following output instead:
no arrays found in config file or automatically
I have then tried several other guides (with some more or different mdadm setup stuff), tried to install Ubuntu instead of Mint (hoping, that it might have better compatibility with my array).
Is there anything I'm missing?