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Old 7th July 2010
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I'll just reply since no one else has:

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1. Install Ubuntu Studio 9.10 DVD (an alternate, not a "live" disc)
2. Install mdadm & lvm(2)
3. Enter the following commands:
$ sudo mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 --uuid=(???) /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd
$ sudo vgchange -a y
4. Copy old fstab file into new fstab file. (It can be backed up on another disk.)
5. Reboot
These instructions seem OK, except I never needed to use the --uuid option.

Note: My experience the mdadm linux software RAID is limited to recovering NAS devices such as WD MyBook, Synology, etc ...
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