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Re: lvm and multiboot

> So if I understand it correctly it is not multiboot situation.

Indeed.  For multiboot, you can use the same setup if all your
alternative boots understand LVM (e.g. various versions of GNU/Linux),
or if your other OSes are run from within GNU/Linux (e.g. with
VirtualBox).  That's usually the preferable solution.  If you really
insist on booting directly into some other OS (rather than via
a virtual machine), then you'll need to restrict LVM to a smaller
partition and create addition partitions for the other OSes.


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