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    Steve Scrimpshire

    I can affirm what finid posted. Following this tutorial, I’ve had no problems booting using LVM…the only non-LVM partitions on my machine are my Windows partitions and my /boot partition (which must be non-LVM in order to load the modules required by LVM to boot).

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    finide

    http://linuxbsdos.com/2009/11/24/how-to-… How to configure LVM on Mandriva One 2010

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    Bughunter

    Great Tutorial! But unfortunately Mandriva 2010 (yes, the current production release) is unable to boot or even mount a lvm partition. See https://qa.mandriva.com/show_bug.cgi?id=55503

    The posted “solution” doesn’t work. So I highly recommend everyone to get a another linux distribution like Ubuntu Karmic Koala.

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      finid

      Wrong, it works. I am writing this reply on a laptop running Mandriva Free 2010 with LVM configured. I just rebooted it this morning, and I’ve been shutting it down and rebooting for the past two weeks. Never had any problem. But don’t just take my word, here’s a screenshot (taken at the time of this reply) of the output of ‘df -h’ on the laptop:

      So LVM configuration works on Mandriva 2010. Before pointing others to Ubuntu 9.10, you should read Mandriva 2010 and Ubuntu 9.10 compared .

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    finide

    http://linuxbsdos.com/2009/11/24/how-to-… How to configure LVM on Mandriva One 2010

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