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Old 03-11-2004, 06:39 AM   #16
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I found out that you can work with .

extdisk-lar_0_0_2_i386_deb.zip
extdisk-lar_0_0_3_i386_deb.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_1_dsc.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_1_source_changes.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_1_tar_gz.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_2_dsc.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_2_i386_changes.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_2_tar_gz.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_3_dsc.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_3_dsc_asc.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_3_i386_changes.zip
lvm-and-raid-extdisk_0_0_3_tar_gz.zip

But how do i lload these when i'm installing debian??

Does anyone know this??
 
Old 03-11-2004, 06:47 AM   #17
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Somehow my answer to your post before the last one was lost. Here goes again:

You then need a bootable CD ... e.g. Knoppix (Debian derivate). Mount your harddisks so you can write to them and use the standard commands from the shell up to step #5. Then install Debian. There is no way entirely without a running system.
 
Old 03-11-2004, 08:09 AM   #18
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I think i'm going to do it this way:

Make a normal partition.
Install debian on it.
Create an other partition. type : 8e (linux lvm)

Then mount the root partition to it!!

Then I will have a normal boot partition and an logical volume root partition.
And then a can put a raid1 over it!!

Can enyone confirm if this can be done??

I know howto, but does it works??
 
  


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