Migration of LVM to new OS
markus.messmer at googlemail.com
Mon Nov 2 16:25:31 UTC 2009
On 16:03 Mon 02 Nov , Wawrzyniec Niewodniczański wrote:
> I'm back ;)
welcome back then :-)
> I got tired of Ubuntu server LTS 8.04 and the way it's handling WPA.
> It seems to be impossible to configure WPA2 from command line. so of
> course I decided to use CRUX. I installed it, resolve some issues and
> now I need to migrate the LVM settings from Ubuntu.
> I saved the whole /etc/ directory so I've got the info about my LVM
> and of course I haven't played with partition tables and any other
> disk configuration.
> There is the different in the name convention (sdX in Ubuntu and hdX
> in CRUX). Is there anything I should be aware before starting
This depends on how you configure your kernel. When using
< > ATA/ATAPI/MFM/RLL support you will end up with hdX
the new libata drivers will put sdX in your /dev tree, it's recommended
to use this
<*> Serial ATA (prod) and Parallel ATA (experimental) drivers
> BTW. I successfully built ndiswrapper 1.55 with standard CRUX 2.6
> kernel without any patches.
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