build is ready, how to repartition?

Andrew Davis andrew at
Tue Jan 14 09:45:31 PST 2003

Blender wrote:
> Rainer Peter Feller said:
>>On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Blender wrote:
>>>Hi all,
>>>My LFS4.0 system is up and running! The book worked great! The only
>>>thing that scared me a little was configuring the kernel. Building
>>>kernels on OpenBSD is very easy and since that's where my experience
>>>comes from the kazillion options for the linux kernel were a little
>>>overwhelming. However I managed to get a working kernel the first
>>>time. I added some lines to my grub config (got confused by
>>>initrd.img, but learned it was necessary only on SCSI systems so
>>>skipped it) and now my LFS system is up and running. Right now I would
>>>like to get rid of the RH8.0 host system (after all that was the whole
>>>I would like to have my system repartitioned. Is it possible to move
>>>files to new partitions, change /etc/fstab correspondingly and keep a
>>>working LFS system?
>>I would not move them ...
>>First copy and see if it works ;-)
>>  H
>>CUH Rainer Peter Feller
>>  H
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> DUHHH...ank you, of course ;)
There were some strings on this list yesterday under the subject "how to 
make my lfs build my main system". I also have a RH8 host install and 
want to make my LFS my main system. I suggest reading through the 
archives for the subject line above. :)
Andrew Davis, Founder
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Linux Consultation & Integration Services

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