I have created an Intel RST hardware RAID-0 array from 2 500 MB HDDs. Ubuntu 18.04 detects this to my pleasure. However when I get to the "[!!] Partition disks" menu it either is too advanced for me understand, even with the manual, or there is some sort of idiosyncratic critical problem I am having.
I only have the options to "Configure iSCSI volumes," "Undo changes to partitions" (This option results in an unrecoverable error), and "Finish Partitioning and write changes to disk." The first option I am completely lost on and the last option gives the error "No root file system is defined. / Please correct this from the partitioning menu." My attempts to configure iSCSI has always ended in this error: "No iSCSI targets were discovered on [Attempted ID]" See attached photos --> Limited Partition Options. Cannot install root file. Cannot figure out iSCSI.
Thanks in advance, Austin