cloning a boot partition
linuxr at gmail.com
Thu Jun 16 20:27:43 UTC 2005
You can use dd, feks:
> $ dd if=/dev/hda of=image_hda.iso
>>As long as you use the bs=whatever size you should be able to get it to
work by either matching the size you are copying from, or specifying a
larger block size. dd has a lot of options, also don't forget dcfldd.
Sounds pretty hairy though.
If I were gonna do that I would do a grub reinstall, use the cp command and
use vi to edit whatever I needed to edit, but that is just my approach.
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