i have a 160 gb hd with a 100gb partition for win7 and 60gb for xp... i want to format the 60gb partition for ubuntu 9.1. what would be the correct procedure to remove xp and create a raw/ext3 partition?
This is the situation.I installed the RHEL 5.5 on client's system and created LVM mount point at /u001/app/oracle and has the size of 450GB, and now he has installed DB on /u001/app/oracle. And now he is asking me to change the mount point of Existing LVM to /u001/.
And preserve the directories /app/oracle in /u001/.
I am new member here. I got a problem while restoring ubuntu on m laptop.
I have installed ubuntu 12.04 and GNU GRUB boot manager for booting in my laptop. Yesterday When I installed Windows, I lost ubuntu. Now I am trying to restore it.
I run ubuntu by USB and started boot repair and I got an error......
"The mapper/vg00-lvroot (Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS) partition is nearly full.
I formatted my external SDCard with 2 partitions, so I could use it with Link2SD. Since I am on a Mac I only could format the first one, which is FAT32. Now I need to format the 2nd with ext4 but I can only do this from inside the phone. Which is no problem, except I do not understand where I can find the device, I need to format.
I followed the instructions from help.ubuntu.com/community/MactelSupportTeam/AppleIntelInstallation to make a partition of my harddrive to install Ubuntu on Mac running latest everything. I do the partition sync from refit, start from the Ubuntu boot disk, open the install drive. Select country.
Hi, and welcome to Chakra If you have /home as a separate partition now, and it is on the same HDD, then all you have to do is select it as such on the partition page, and do not select "format". Mkae sure though that you do not have conflicting files in ~/.conf or ~/.kde4 from your previous install.The rest of the setup, make sure you do format / (root), and best, any other partit