F9: Mounting of drives
Mikkel L. Ellertson
mikkel at infinity-ltd.com
Fri Jul 18 00:21:05 UTC 2008
Dan Thurman wrote:
> Now, the problem I have is the cloned drive was not successful with the
> dd command. It failed to create the swap partition and it failed to
> create the / partition.
> So it looks like I will have to discover a way to copy clone the
> partition of
> /. How can I do this safely? cp -a?
> What I do not want to do is to copy over from /, the devices for example
> so what is the best method for copying over the partitions esp. that of / ?
> I think /boot is not a problem with cp -a but I have a feeling / is
> Please advise?
I have found that using tools like gparted to copy partitions tends
to work better. There is a live CD and a live USB image that lets
you clone the partitions while they are not mounted.
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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