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Re: Duplicating a system disk

On Mon, Dec 16, 2002 at 05:40:33PM +0100, franco.tassone@inwind.it wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm in course of duplicating the system disk in my indigo2 running woody. I'm substituting it as it is suspiciousely damaged.
> I've recreated the SGI disklabel in fdisk expert mode trying to replicate the damaged disk one.
> Now I think I should reinstall the kernel image in the SGI volume header, is it ?
> Could anybody help me in making this disk auto-boot ?
help? If you're using arcboot there's no need to manipluate the dvh.
A 'dpkg-reconfigure arcboot' will write arboot into the dvh. You then
just need one of the kernel-image-2.4.1?-r?k-ip22 packages installed or
point /vmlinux to your custom kernel.
 -- Guido

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