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Old 19th December 2008, 12:08 PM
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Installation guide for LVM

Is there anywhere a good guide to setup LVM and F10 on it?

I want to have LVM on my EEEPC which has two disks, so I can have them both combined.

I'm using ubuntu right now, and with it the LVM setup was a easy task, but with fedora i can't get it working. I'm stuck at the partition section in Installer.

Partition scheme i want to have:

Disk 1 (4G in size):
/boot - 1gigs (ext3)
/ - Rest of the disk (LVM)

Disk 2 (16G in size)
/ - Whole disk (LVM)
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Old 19th December 2008, 04:17 PM
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