Guest's picture

It should be really cool if you can add the raid di-live installer feature to the cd image.

Turnkey linux it's really amazing but is pretty useless on phisical hardware without such feature.

I'm using mdadm daily to create software raid!

Thank you

frank_lupo's picture


I have same problem, Microserver Hp.

Is possible to create patch for resolving problem?


Angelo's picture

yes, I encountered this problem for the same hardware!! It's really a shame that cannot be installed on a software raid ...

frank_lupo's picture


you can solve the problem?
Otherwise I will have to change platform is a disappointment for so little.

Angelo's picture

I'm not the author!

We have to pray the author to add thi feature!

Alon Swartz's picture

di-live leverages d-i (debian installer) for all the heavy lifting, so adding support for raid to di-live shouldn't be difficult at all. I currently don't have the time to implement it, but if you're up for it and need help just ask.

I also don't have the hardware to perform testing, so it's been dropping down on my todo list since this thread appeared on the forum unfortunately... (I wonder if this can be duplicated in a VM...)

frank_lupo's picture



I have about 20/30 to do with installations using HP Microserver TKLcoreand TKLpatch. I am not able to create the change, how can I do?



Alexandros's picture

Hi at all,

I've the same requirement for an installation of 10 HP Microserver...

I'm not so expert with Turnkey and I can't implement it, but the feature would help a lots of applications!

Anyone could help us?



LorenzoX's picture

I am interested in this solution, would be for me.
I hope to be taken into consideration, These New HP servers are attractive.
Economical and quiet, this server is listed as a barebones servers

I look forward with hope
Thank you.

LorenzoX's picture

Can anybody tell me who can do this implementation?

Or who do I ask?

Thank you.

Jeremy Davis's picture

I would suggest you contact the core devs (Alon and Liraz) and/or Adrian Moya (he is a very cluey guy who AFAIK has done a bit of freelance dev stuff for others).

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