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Old 10-24-2019, 07:42 PM   #1
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Question Install Bodhi into logical volume/s (LVM)


Would it be correct to say that this has to be done manually, in terminal, while still running in the 'Live' mode?

Or, is there an option during the installation itself, to set-up logical volumes?

I think it's the former, but just checking to see if I missed something.

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I haven't installed Bodhi in a few years, but the install instructions should be a good place to start.
 
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... the install instructions should be a good place to start.
Thanks for letting me know the answer is in the Bodhi documentation! I'll go to the Bodhi website right now, and read that part of it more carefully. My recollection was that installation to LVMs was not mentioned but now that you've implied it is, by your answer to my question, I'll look it up again to refresh my memory -- which admittedly is not perfect.

Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

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Thanks for letting me know the answer is in the Bodhi documentation! ...
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!
@syg00, you are correct.

It is not necessary to do LVM manually, prior to beginning the Bodhi installation.

The Bodhi installation documentation shows a screenshot for Installation Type, and it's the third item on the menu, Use LVM for the new Bodhi installation.

This is for Bodhi v4.5 so I assume, and would hope, this feature remains present in the current v5.0.

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