file system copying nightmare
Hamish Moffatt writes:
> I would do it with the rescue disk, mounting the two partitions
> as /mnt and /mnt2, except that the rescue disk (poorly named?)
> seems to have a cut down cp with only -r, and no tar!
I found the 'rescue' disk a bit lacking in this respect. Personally I would have thought tar essential and dump/restore useful.
In the past I used a rescue disk, called I think rescue that I got from
the linux archives at sunsite. It's probably a boit out of date by now.
I really should learn how to make my own rescue disk, but it would
be nice if there was a debian one that did what i wanted.
How about a debian script to make one for you? Anyone?
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