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Re: Getting rid of /boot



>> According to it's website documentation grub has supported LVM for the past
>> few minor releases.  Is there any initiative to move /boot in LVM?

> Can't imagine there's any reason for it, when all you have to do is
> structure the system reasonably in the first place.  All the failed
> upgrade scenarios (why do people bother with preupgrade in the first
> place?) seem to involve people thinking they know better than the
> automated partitioning tools.
> Why add the complexity?

grub legacy (grub 1) does not support lvm or ext4 so the F11 default
was to have a separate ext3 /boot.


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