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copy_linux_to_a_new_harddisk [13.05.2013 23:55]
Pascal Suter
copy_linux_to_a_new_harddisk [06.06.2014 10:54] (current)
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 mount --bind /dev/ /tmp/target/dev mount --bind /dev/ /tmp/target/dev
 mount --bind /sys/ /tmp/target/sys mount --bind /sys/ /tmp/target/sys
 +mount --bind /proc/ /tmp/target/proc
 chroot /tmp/target chroot /tmp/target
 grub-install /dev/sdb grub-install /dev/sdb
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 setup (hd0) setup (hd0)
 </code> </code>
 +  * if you are moving your installation to new hardware (other than just the harddisk) you might need to update your initrd image to contain the necessary drivers (i.e. in redhat based systems). run ''dracut''
   * reboot your system   * reboot your system
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