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Re: Create /boot after install complete

On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 13:57, Rory Campbell-Lange wrote:
> To get around problems with the beta3 installers I have had to install
> onto one partition, whereas I like to have a separate /boot partition.
> I have the space aside for boot (25M), and I'd be glad for some
> instruction on how to move to it from the main partition.

1- format the new boot partition (ej. /dev/hda9)
2- move /boot to /boot.old
3- create dir /boot
4- put in fstab the boot partition (ej"/dev/hda9 /boot ext3
defaults,noatime 1 2")
5- mount /boot
6- cp -a /boot.old/* /boot
7- execute ybin to update you yaboot configuration
8- ready


> Sorry, I realise this isn't a powerpc-specific question.
> Thanks
> Rory
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