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1. Red Hat
Case1 ) When a new disk is added ( ex: /dev/sda ), After scanning we create 1 partition for the whole disk ( ex: /dev/sda1 ) and then pvcreate and then add to a volume group.
1. We can do directly pvcreate on the whole disk also
So, what is the difference between
1.... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: saurabh84g
2. Red Hat
Finally I complete my move to Fedora distro :)
I am using the gedit editor and I'd like to customize it because I like to work with black color on background and green for text color (this remember me my university time), I did the same on UltraEdit tool before but here in gedit... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: orma
3. Red Hat
I have two disks on Red Hat Linux box. Disk one has been installed Linux Operating system.
The disk two has been partitioned as one disk with 100 GB on the partition /dev/hda1.
Right now, I want to modify it as 5 partitions.
I like to partition disk 2 into 5 partitions.
One... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: lukas_pise
Just wondering suppose you have linux already installed & now you get a new disk so that your computer has two disks. How do you go about partitioning/slicing the new disk in linux ? which utility do you use ?
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Discussion started by: Msororaji
I am quite new to solaris, I have 40GB HDD in which I have created only 10 GB partition & installed solaris 10. Now I want to add another 10GB from remaining 30GB space. I tried this with format utility but I get stuck after I create fdsik partition. After creating this I cant... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: i_mroy
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have search the archives with no luck. Looking for help with my specific system.
I have an SUN ULTRA 2 with dual 4.3GB HD's. I installed Solaris 8 with default settings (auto configure)and 2nd drive was partioned /export/home/extra as the only mount(4.3 G's).
I then reinstalled the OS... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: finster
7. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Apache has an authentication scheme using .htaccess and a password file to authenticate people from accessing an area of the site.
Is there anyway to set .htaccess to use the Unix password file to authenticate users.
Thanks in advance
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Discussion started by: vtran4270
8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have this 36 GB harddisk which houses the root partition along with a 28 GB partion for the rest of the data. The thing I wish to do is that partition this 28 GB into two partions. I have never partitioned the root disk. I just wanted to know whether is it possible to do when the disk is online... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: DPAI