Re: [opensuse] Tiny /boot Partition
- From: "Rajko M." <rmatov101@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 19 Sep 2010 19:41:41 -0500
On Sunday 19 September 2010 16:33:25 Lucky Leavell wrote:
I see two issues, at least on my system:
1. /boot and /root are on separate partitions
2. root and all other partitions except /boot
The LVM part is problem.
It would be nice if you can resize LVM partition.
I still did not find enough incentive to use LVM, so I can't help you with
that more then Google.
The other option is to put in computer another disk and install small Linux
installation with X and some old fashioned window manager that will be rescue
and boot system. Disadvantage is that you will have to update both when kernel
update is due.
Third is to backup /home and start from scratch.
Create partitions before you start installation, for instance from Live CD,
and then run installation.
In any case it will be interesting to know what exactly what you did with
current installation. I didn't have problems with installer, but I don't use
separate boot, and LVM. If it did not allow you to make partition bigger then
68M then you should file a bug report.
When I recall that my first 2 hard disks were 80MB :)
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