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I'd like to try and help but your posts are really thin on details about the actions that you have taken e.g. how did you try to access the drive, what errors you got when the process failed etc. By the way why would you want to move /etc to /home particularly on an important server? Your system won't work properly if important files in /etc are not found.
moderator have close my other thread sorry again.
it was my first time i post in a forum....
the only distribution finally able to see my drive was the ubuntu live cd 5.10
i make a directory in the with command makedir /mnt/driveplz
i go in terminal
i rewrite the /etc/fstab in the ubuntu (sudo gedit /etc/fstab)
/dev/VolGroup00/LogVol00 /mnt/driveplz ext3 defaults 1 1
sudo mount -a ( in terminal)
my drive mount in the /mnt/driveplz
after i open i open two nautilus with sudo nautilus
and finally drag my /mnt/driveplz/home/etc folder to the /mnt/driveplz/etc
reboot and was able to log in
Now my ldap server is ok
my samba server is ok
but my nfs server is down....
i will try to found a solution maybe with the transfert of /etc some file was lost....