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comment How to Remove Windows from dual boot setup?
And if you have some doubt about what partition do you have use the command as super user " fdisk -l " and post the output here so we can suggest you about your partitions.
May
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answered How to Remove Windows from dual boot setup?
May
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answered How do I install Slax to a usb stick?
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comment How to Remove Windows from dual boot setup?
I suppose you now have a dual boot and when you start your PC you have to choose between linux and windows. Can you confirm that ?
May
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comment Querying an overlayfs
I see that some tutorial told that, that moiunt will shoe the detail of mounted overlayfs, but in practise, on ubuntu 12, the mount give me not enought info.
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comment Querying an overlayfs
Thank for the answer. Unlikely I didn't find nothing similar for overlayfs.
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comment Querying an overlayfs
Please Celada, tell me about the method suitable for aufs and unionfs so I can check if something similar is working also for overlayfs
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comment Querying an overlayfs
I'm using overlayfs
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accepted Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
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comment Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
"grub sets the parameter to the kernel before your initrd is executed" that's what was I thinking, but after several attempt I see that, at least with the revision I'm workin on , something work differently. After executing initrd grub still call the kernel with the old parameters.
Feb
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answered Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
Feb
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comment Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
Inside initrd I was able to check the available device and mount it but when I exit from initrd scritp , grub always send the old root parameter to kernel.
Feb
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comment Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script
In old kernel I have to use initrd ( not initramfs ) and despite I have tried to mont the device inside the script of initrd at the end there is always an attempt to old the device specified in root parameter which lead to a kernel paci error
Feb
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asked Kernel/grub : how override root parameter inside initrd script