Description of problem:
I have an Asus Rampage III Black Edition MB, with 2 HDs WDC SATA 3 Velociraptor as RAID 0) on Marvell 88SE91xx SATA 3 port. The HDs are set as RAID 0 in BIOS.
I also had OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 installed and running ok at the first partition of my Marvell raid set.
I want to replace it by fedora, then I tried to install Fedora 25 from scratch, with no luck.
When the installation reach the disk choosing part, it does not detect any of my raid disks. I have other raid controller (intel) with two disks in raid 0. The only disk founded is attached to my Intel controlles, but is not in any raid array.
Then, if I change to a tty and do "multipathd && dmraid -ay", all the raids appear and I'm even able to mount then. But they keeps undetected by anaconda. So I can't go any further.
Right now, I'm out of ideas.
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