I have two 80gb hard drives, and use one ~35gb LVM physical volume on
/dev/hda4 and one ~75gb LVM physical volume on /dev/hdb2. My /boot
partition is /dev/hdb1 in ext3 and my / is mounted on
VolGroup00/LogVol00 in ext3 also. I want to reduce the 75gb hdb2 to free
up about 25gb so I can have room to install and try out some other linux
I have searched online for insructions, but all I can find is stuff on
resizing reiser and ext2 partitions. I am not sure if I need to resize
the LVM voume on hdb2 first, and then the filesystem, or if I do it the
other way around. What commands do I run to do this?
I want to end up with about 25gb free space to install Debian 3.1 on.
And also, how do I configure the grub bootloader for Debian? I would
like to keep Fedora's grub as is, and just add one entry for Debian that
launches a separate grub menu with Debian and its different kernel
versions. Would I just install grub on the new partition? What entry do
I make in Fedora's grub.conf?
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