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Re: A FC6 suggestion.



One command man:

e2label /dev/hd# <new label>

I understand your problem, had a similar one in fact when installed FC5 on to of WinXP but wanted
to keep the old FC4 partition for data storage. It showed as '/' while the original root showed as /1.

e2label will fix this for you! But remember to edit /boot/grub/grub.conf and change the kernel arguments
as well! :-)

Filippos


On 5/5/06, Mauriat Miranda <mirandam gmail com> wrote:
On 5/5/06, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell gmail com> wrote:
> > I question if this necessary. You can have entries in fstab with or
> > without labels. I've had 3 single Fedora installations on single drive
> > across multiple partitions and never have run into a problem in the
> > installer or usage nor have I had to manually edit fstab for this. I
> > think in Anaconda the labels will start shifting to /1, /2, /home1
> > etc. Since at runtime you don't deal with partition labels, just their
> > mount points, it really is not a serious concern.
>
> Assume you are in the IT dept for some group and you are used
> to being able to re-use disks in different machines and to
> recover data from any disk by installing/mounting in any working
> machine.  Now you find that any combination of disks from
> default fedora/RH/Centos installs won't boot...  It is a
> problem.

So you boot with a LiveCD or some Rescue disk/media and fix it - use
the device ID or relabel it. Isn't that the way to fix it? I don't
understand the problem. Your assumed scenario is too vague.

-Mauriat

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