Originally Posted by uselpa
You need to boot with a LVM-enabled live CD. Then, as root, you do a "vgscan" and mount the file system in the usual way (i.e. "mount /dev/<vgname>/<lvname> <mountpoint>").
Hey uselpa thank you!!
I'm using Debian's live cd, but I really don't know how I can enable the LVM or if this specific live cd has this caracteristic. I've tryied F1 before boot but I didn't see any option to enable LVM on boot...
Do you know if Debian's live cd project has suport to LVM or if it is possible I install it using apt-get...??