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Fri Apr 7 13:21:56 UTC 2006
I'm in the process of intalling Ubuntu on a Compaq 5500, Dual Xeon.
The system has three SCSI drives:
2 x 18.2 gig
1 x 9.8 gig
I have mirroring set up on the 2 18.2 drives. Previously there was Red
Hat installed on the system, a long time ago.
I have tried many differnent partition schemes to get this thing
running. The most recent is using LVM.
1 LVM partition in Ext 3 mounted as /home
#1 primary partition in EXT 3 mounted as /boot
#2 LVM partition in EXT 3 mounted as /
#5 Swap partition.
I can finish the installation and then on reboot get this error:
/dev/mapper/ubuntu-boot device not found
drops me to a shell.
This morning on my way into work I thought I would try making the /boot
partion a LVM partition also then starting it again.
Any other thoughts.
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