I tried Clonezilla.
I made an image-backup of the disk where Fedora is installed, and after I
restored, on the same disk, the image that I backuped .
Actually, when I boot the disk where there is the restored image,at the
begin I get the prompt of the GRUB .
I know that I didn't use Clonezilla in correct mode (probabilly I could
backup the disck with better option to include the GRUB installation) .
But in this moment I woud like to make setup of GRUB (from the command
line) for booting Fedora.
Can I have some suggestions how to do it?
>From the prompt of GRUB I wrote this command line:
and I got this output:
GRUB > ls -l
device proc: filesystem type procfs sector size 512 total size 0KiB
device hd0: no know filesystem detected sector size 512 B total size .......
partition hd0, msdos2: no know filesystem detected partion start at
.. tot size
partition hd0, msdos1: filesystem type ext* last mod ..partion start
at .. tot sz
device hd1: no know filesystem detected sector size 512 B total size .......
partition hd1, msdos1: filesystem type ext* label try_clonezilla last
mod. ...partion start at .. tot sz
Maybe because I am using Xfce instead of Gnome, but I doubt it.
First on startup, it does not go off and read the packages for update,
eventhough this is diabled. Just a bad behaviour on F20.
But it is just fast now. In the past I only used yumex when I really
needed to search for something. I may be more inclined to use it now.
I've been collecting redhat.fedora from gmane for several years,
but about a week ago I found that while I could read gmane newsgroups
I was unable to post to them - that is, my posts did not appear.
I was able to post to gmane.test, and could read these posts.
So I assume there is no problem with my From: or other headers.
I'm not sure if the gmane.linux.redhat.fedora.general is in fact
"mirroring" this mailing list?
And if so, whether the problem lies with the list
rather than the newsgroup?
I seem to be properly subscribed to the mailing list,
with my current email address.
Any enlightenment or advice gratefully received.
gayleard /at/ eircom.net
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School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin