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valhalla2100 at comcast.net
Mon Jun 29 22:05:20 UTC 2009
Thanks very much for your information. I will look at this.
Will it work with my setup? I installed XP and then Ubuntu.
One more question.
Can one have, as with Windows, different logical drives? Is this
possible with Ubuntu? I don't have a need to have all in one
logical drive. In fact, my Windows setup included several drives,
ranging from around 1 GB to 100 Gb. I kept my word documents in
the smaller drive and arrange other types accordingly.
On Mon, 2009-06-29 at 13:52 +0100, Callum Scott wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> You should have alook at setting up LVM.
> Once you have your 450GB on lvm you can migrate your 50GB over onto it
> and then expand the logical volume over the remaining 50GM regaining
> your full 500GB.
> Then when you get your next disk just add that to the volume and so on
> and so on.
> LVM has been useful to me when I have caught HDD failures in the past
> as well. http://tinyurl.com/mydwnr
> Have fun :D
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 9:11 AM, Thomas <valhalla2100 at comcast.net>
> Forgot again!
> Forgot to include a question.
> How can I set up the rest of a hard disk for Ubuntu?
> I am only using 50 GB of my 500 GB drive. Could not figure
> out what to do.
> I am planning to reinstall the 2nd hard disk and assume that
> the same solution would work for both.
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