I prefer a distro which can be updated, can be kept for at least 11 years. It's source-based, systemd-free, with a bsd-style init that boots very fast. I've run into it in the past. You can skip the modprobe now, at least on Jaunty. Thanks in advance for your help.
Done Building dependency tree Reading state information. Does anyone have an idea why Ubuntu would be unable to locate lvm2 package? Maybe, I am I was wondering if you were running into that problem. You can add space to your pool by formatting another drive and using it to create more additional space. Hey guys, i want to ask for help in mounting logical volume. I have read recently the Funtoo Docs.
Does this mean there is nothing I can do to make this happen. I assume I broke the rule, moderation is never a topic of discussion. I was wondering if you were running into that problem. When I view in Windows Explorer, the F: drive shows up, but just shows a blank under the total size and free space. I recreated partitions like previous system using fdisk and then used dd to dump all the data onto it. Once you copy and paste, save the file and go root, alternately you may download the script file from the forums. This is probably your fastest method.
Despite the fact that I tried every related forum entry I could find. I dislike the kernel section and some tools are new to me. If you download from the forums, don't forget to rename the file lvm-mount. If so I have a question. The drive mounts perfectly and automatically on Linux I use Ubuntu and on Windows. Sorry, if On Thu, 2011-02-03 at 23:21 -0600, Gregory P.
Besides, it was not a religious discussion but a very obvious statement. I recreated partitions like previous system using fdisk and then used dd to dump all the data onto it. Thank you again for all the help! I think I can recover the system once I am able to access sda1and sda2. I have the following errors. Looks like duct tape distro from the outside.
Sure would appreciate your thoughts, or any one else that has been able to do this. But my problem is on mussing volume groups. I'm trying to back up all my stuff in systemrescuecd so I can redo everything from scratch. It is not something you can install in half an hour and use after a reboot. No thanks to such desctop environments.
I am not that sure if the software is kept up secure in regards of all those issues found and fixed. Actually, systemrescuecd isn't seeing it anymore either, so things seem to have gotten worse. But slight warning that you can get issues with the law in my area because of not necessary comments about religion! It's mostly invisible to you, aside from a password prompt during boot. Prerequisites I used a 5. John ----------------------------------------------------------------- John, Thanks for your note. Sorry, if my previous note was not plain text. I had taken a backup of both partitions using dd.
As I understand that Arch has moved to SystemD, I would second the recommendation of Slackware. It's not something you typically have to think about. Will my data be deleted? If you want to add the new disk to you existing volume then type vgdisplay command and note the volume group name that you need to use to create logical volume shown in step 4. Now you can set up the encryption. Espero puedan ayudarme con cualquier solución de antemano muchas gracias si necesitan algun dato mas me dicen. Looks like duct tape distro from the outside. John ----------------------------------------------------------------- John, Thanks for your note.
If you need more information on the basics before continuing, read my. Hi guys I have been looking all over for something like this and it seems to be what i am looking for. I used dpkg in the case that networking is not up or otherwise weird inside the chroot. Create a new directory or mount it in an existing directory. I want to stay away of all three if possible. I had tried pvscan and vgscan before sending out my first mail, but it didn't show up any physical volumes and vol grpups.