I know this question has been asked on here before but with some very long winded answers.
To me this sounds like a simple plan but need to make sure it will work before i try it
I have two HD's in my computer. One is a 40 gig, which is my master and a 12 gig which is the slave.
the 40 gig has a windows partition of 15 gig and remainder is Linux partition. The 12 gig is all linux.
Both linux partitions on both HD's are ext3. One on the 40 gig was created by a failed Fedora Core 2(would rather not get into the failure part right now) and the one on the 12 gig is from SuSE.
After all that this is what i want to do. I want to take the new SuSE, thats been finally configured to my liking with all the software that i need for my business over to the partition on the larger drive. Its a larger newer and faster drive.
I am really new to Linux, just getting back into the commands now, have not used a text based system since the years of DOS.
Whats the quickest way without getting too technical. I have read few HOW TO's without much help.
Can i just copy from partition to partition then fix the grub.conf and menu.lst to point to right partitions?
BTW there is no windows running. The windows partition is for old documents and work related files.