Setting up /etc/fstab
gramos at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 10 16:19:45 PST 2010
> If you are using LVM, then you need an initrd and that is
> out of scope
> for LFS.
> -- Bruce
But once I boot to the kernel I built for LFS, won't LVM be out of the picture? I went into gparted and I think I found the device that is swap,
I think its /dev/sda2 and my '/' partition should be /dev/sdc2.
I was hoping to keep my Centos system and have the option of booting to LFS.
Is that possible?
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