Originally Posted by Satyaveer Arya
Using the dd
command you can clone your disk. dd
command can copy disk in raw format. It will copy partition table and bootloader and all partitions within the disk. For an example :-
# dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdb
The disk copied OK but would not boot gaue the same 'boot logic error'. after looking around in the Bin directory I found Setactive. the man file explained to set the active partition and gave the format:
setactive /dev/hd2 A there must be a space before the A. guess what the disk booted up
Thanks for your help with DD. this is for LynxOS not Linux.