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Sat Dec 28 18:33:33 UTC 2013
On Dec 28, 2013, at 8:28 AM, Patrick Dupre <pdupre at gmx.com> wrote:
> I did follow for the 4th times the Chris's recommendations:
> mount /dev/mapper/root1 /mnt/linux1 -o ro
> mount /dev/mapper/root2 /mnt/linux2
> cp -a /mnt/linux1/* /mnt/linux2
> cp -a /mnt/linux1/.readahead /mnt/linux2
> cp -a /mnt/linux1/boot /mnt/linux2
> (I did not have a rsync command on the gparted live distribution that I have)
> mount -B /run /mnt/linux2/run
> mount -B /proc /mnt/linux2/proc
> mount -B /dev /mnt/linux2/dev
> mount -B /sys /mnt/linux2/sys
> chroot /mnt/linux2
> vi /etc/fstab (to change to the new partitions labelling)
All of the above is fine except you haven't copied hidden files, so you probably need to correct that.
> dracut -f /boot/initramfs-3.12.5-200.fc19.i686.PAE.img
I'm not familiar with that syntax. From within /boot use:
dracut -f initramfs-3.12.5-200.fc19.i686.PAE.img 3.12.5-200.fc19.i686.PAE
Eventually you'll need to do this for each initramfs, or only one of them will work. Each kernel option has its own initramfs.
> Then I modify the original /boot/grub2/grub.cfg to get the booting on the
> clone without modifying the mbr (grub2-install)
You modify the original how? Are you using configfile to point to the clone's grub.cfg?
> And I get always the same behavior:
> failed to start .......
> create static device modes in /dev
> journal service
> open pack file: permission denied
Try the above fixes and if it's still happening, take a cell phone photo of the failure and post it somewhere.
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