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Thaidog 12-15-2006 09:40 PM

How can I mount a LVM volume with fdisk?
 
I have made an LVM group (named "system") that I need to mount to a directory.

The name of the LVM directory is "slash".

All I see with fdisk -l is the primary partitions (/dev/hda3 is where the LVM is already created)

Galaxy_Stranger 12-16-2006 02:49 AM

You don't mount anything with FDisk - you use FSTAB to permanently mount file systems.


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