Bob Goodwin wrote: > Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote: >> The reason it shows as being in use is because you have an active >> logical group on it. You have to deactivate VolGroup01/LogVol02 >> before you can do anything else with /dev/sdb1. You can use Logical >> Volume Management to do this as well. >> >> Mikkel >> > Ok that problem is fixed. I used the gnome live cd but run xfce, so > it's system-config-lvm for me. > I am glad you found it. The GUI is usually easier for a new user to manage. You can also do it from the command line. But I worry about making a typo when I giving the command to someone else. I would hate to leave them with an unbootable system. (If I break my system, I know I can fix it...) > It's rewritten the file system so I should be able to start again from > scratch. This may take some time since I'm learning by doing ... > I hope that does not mean doing a reinstall - you should not need to do that. I think that learning by doing is the best way to learn. > Thanks for the help. > I am glad to do my small part in helping you learn! Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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