"BMW GT1 DIS - SCO 5.0 and Oracle 7 Root HDD Clone - IBM T30"

Post #303032112 by bmw635 on Monday 11th of March 2019 09:16:55 PM

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Originally Posted by RudiC
You could try to boot from another medium, "live" CD, or USB stick.
You could perform a "discectomy" (surgically remove) the HD and connect it as a secondary device to another computer, and do the copy there.
This is what i was also thinking i.e boot a Ubuntu 16.04LTS USB stick on another laptop computer with both drives connected ( current T30 IDE 60GB and new IDE Drive ).

I assume you must used same controller type i.e IDE on the other computer and not USB slots with old and drive attached ? or does it matter. ? I have a HP laptop with 4 usb port. ( I will get some enclosures and cables to house this IDE HDD)

I will give this a go if its possible using Ubuntu DD cmd to disc copy the SCO 5.0.5/Oracle 7 HDD.

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MooseX::Clone(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation					MooseX::Clone(3pm)

NAME
MooseX::Clone - Fine grained cloning support for Moose objects. SYNOPSIS
package Bar; use Moose; with qw(MooseX::Clone); has foo => ( isa => "Foo", traits => [qw(Clone)], # this attribute will be recursively cloned ); package Foo; use Moose; # this API is used/provided by MooseX::Clone sub clone { my ( $self, %params ) = @_; # ... } # used like this: my $bar = Bar->new( foo => Foo->new ); my $copy = $bar->clone( foo => [ qw(Args for Foo::clone) ] ); DESCRIPTION
Out of the box Moose only provides very barebones cloning support in order to maximize flexibility. This role provides a "clone" method that makes use of the low level cloning support already in Moose and adds selective deep cloning based on introspection on top of that. Attributes with the "Clone" trait will handle cloning of data within the object, typically delegating to the attribute value's own "clone" method. TRAITS
Clone By default Moose objects are cloned like this: bless { %$old }, ref $old; By specifying the Clone trait for certain attributes custom behavior the value's own "clone" method will be invoked. By extending this trait you can create custom cloning for certain attributes. By creating "clone" methods for your objects (e.g. by composing MooseX::Compile) you can make them interact with this trait. NoClone Specifies attributes that should be skipped entirely while cloning. METHODS
clone %params Returns a clone of the object. All attributes which do the MooseX::Clone::Meta::Attribute::Trait::Clone role will handle cloning of that attribute. All other fields are plainly copied over, just like in "clone_object" in Class::MOP::Class. Attributes whose "init_arg" is in %params and who do the "Clone" trait will get that argument passed to the "clone" method (dereferenced). If the attribute does not self-clone then the param is used normally by "clone_object" in Class::MOP::Class, that is it will simply shadow the previous value, and does not have to be an array or hash reference. TODO
Refactor to work in term of a metaclass trait so that "meta->clone_object" will still do the right thing. THANKS
clkao made the food required to write this module VERSION CONTROL
<http://code2.0beta.co.uk/moose/svn/>. Ask on #moose for commit bits. AUTHOR
Yuval Kogman <nothingmuch@woobling.org> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2008 Yuval Kogman. All rights reserved This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.1 2010-01-14 MooseX::Clone(3pm)

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