ubi partman crashed
blchupin at iinet.net.au
Thu Oct 7 05:29:31 UTC 2010
On 07/10/2010 00:39, J wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 07:10, Basil Chupin<blchupin at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>> On 06/10/2010 21:51, Tapas Mishra wrote:
>>> On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 4:18 PM, Basil Chupin<blchupin at iinet.net.au> wrote:
>>>> Karl! Oh Karl! Where are you, Karl?......
>>> Who is karl ?
>> Oh, I said this out loud did I?
>> Don't worry about. I get these spontaneous uncontrollable urges on
>> occasions - especially when provoked by Ric.
>> "Karl" can be thought of as "Harvey, the Invisible Rabbit" of long ago -
>> a film with James Stewart; or is the "White Rabbit", in Alice In
>> Wonderland? Decisions, decisions, decisions......
> You really go out of your way to attack other people don't you?
No, I do not "go out of my way" to do anything.
> one thing to jump on the guy when he's involving himself in a
> discussion, it's another thing entirely to just start attacking the
> guy when he's not even part of the conversation.
> Really says a lot about you ... :/
Does it really?
I am getting private e-mails suggesting that Tapas may be actually Karl
Have you been following all the threads or have you just walked in the
door in the last half-hour and pick on something I wrote?
Here are a few examples of what the subject of this discussion had to
say - all in his own words, and if you want copies of the full messages
I would be glad to provide them to you. Read them in full.
Ok this is what I was looking for.No problem list I am an experienced
user and I always have an old copy of
stable Ubuntu on one partition working so that if I mess up some
where I am always in a position to recover.
I asked this question out of curiosity.
I don't care about the bugs.
Ubuntu is great I can run it with all the bugs the best part I like is wifi
I had installed many many linux versions which did not detected my wifi,
I tried ndiswrapper,compiled from the OEM site etc etc at max there
was a time when
all those steps resulted into just detection of wifi but still my card
Then relcutently at suggestion of a friend approximately one year back
I had tried Ubuntu and my wifi worked
that made an impact I then worked in a company where I converted all
the machines in my control to Ubuntu.
Gave them a Ubuntu server and then at another places I converted their
religion to Ubuntu now
I am so confident of Ubuntu that I don't care about bugs on my laptop.
I want to know how to create a filesystem on an LVM.
Suppose I have 100Gb LVM.
I want to create 98 GB ext4 filesystem which has / as mount point
and 2 GB swap partition in that LVM.
Making both the things co exist together is that possible in this
scenario if yes then how?
I am having a volume group which has four lvm's.
One of which has a guest OS installed.
I took a backup of above via rsync and taking snapshot of partition.
It has a ext3 filesystem and a swap on it which was created by virt-manager.
If I want to restore the same after deleting an lvm then how is
that manually done.
Ya this is what I am also curious to know I am doing all this for fun.
Who's been jerked around here?
Went to a discount massage parlour the other day. Wasn't 'til I paid me money that I found out that it was self-service.
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