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mabenbein 08-25-2013 10:53 AM

Restore fs from lvm?
Hi all

One day my os fedora couldn't boot. I checked it from LiveCd, only lvm volume was found, then i installed lvm2 and checked lvm-volumes with fsck. They was fixed. But i still can't boot. I had loaded grub from cd, and it didn't found os. my /boot directory on lvm volume with fedora is also empty. how can i restore it? Whole disk is healthy.

Ztcoracat 09-13-2013 02:38 AM



my /boot directory on lvm volume with fedora is also empty
Did you edit any of your partition tables?

To restore your boot directory you should be able to use the Fedora CD/DVD and use the partition manager to create a new /boot directory. System Recovery or Rescue Mode is another option-
To fix this problem, boot in rescue mode and modify the /boot/grub/grub.conf file.

If not you may have to reinstall Fedora. I recommend Fedora 19 or 20.

Is this a laptop or a desktop? Make and model will help.

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