fedora 9 and swapping motherboards
geoff at hughes.net
Sun Oct 12 23:36:10 UTC 2008
Something that might be of interest to you. NOT a problem for me, just
in case you might think I'm complaining :-)
My ISP (Hughes.net) consistently dumps your postings to the fedora list
into the spam folder. Presumably they are using some third-party
filtering service, although I have no idea which. SpamAssassin thinks
the emails are just fine, needless to say.
I'm attaching the as-received copy of this for the headers.
On 10/12/2008 02:33:59 PM, Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
> I have a head scratcher here. I was trying to swap motherboards on a
> clean F9 x86_64 install. The system was updated to the current yum
> levels before the mobo swap. Attempting to boot got me through grub,
> but when it came time to mount the root FS for the first time it told
> me that the Volume Group couldn't be found. This is a disk that
> f9 without any problems on the old motherboard. Booting with a
> disk on the new motherboard I can see and mount the Volume Group just
> fine. I'm at a loss why the rescue disk can see the volume group,
> the normal boot sequence can't.
> This is on the x86_64 mobo that runs F9 just fine if I temporarily
> install a scratch disk and install F9 on that. It is just the f9
> that was installed by the old mobo that gives problems. Weird. Can
> anyone shed some light on this puzzler?
> Wolfgang S. Rupprecht http://www.full-steam.org/
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