X2100 hardware RAID support

Got a new X2100 server with two SATA disks.
I upgraded the BIOS using the Supplemental 1.1 disk. The BIOS revision reported is now 1.0.3.
Have defined a hardware RAID mirror of two SATA disks using the BIOS utility. Looks Ok and is reported as "Healty Mirror" when the machine is turned on.
If I boot Fedora Core 4 (which is not officially supported by Sun) I see two disks instead of one as expected.
If I boot Solaris 10 1/96 (which IS supported) then no disks are found!
So my question is: Does anyone know if the HW RAID system on the X2100 is supported at all? And if it is, how?

Have you looked the procedure in this manual?
http://www.sun.com/products-n-solutions/hardware/docs/html/8 19-3720-11/Chap2.html
Also there seems to be a lack of drivers available with some operating systems ( W2003 ) on the X2100, this could be the case with FC4 ( although I use FC4 on a notebook and it seems very close to RHEL 4, but without RHEL graphics, clustering and other tools ). In the InfoDoc section of the spectrum handbook for the X2100, there is a document that discusses configuring SVM on x64 systems, at the begining the author recommends using the hardware RAID utility, this may suggest that it is supported. You should take a look through the system documentation to see if you have missed something, I'd be interested to know if you set the BIOS up for the various OS types!

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