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Hi VastOne,

Adding lvm2 will be a great help already.
I suspect you will have to adapt the install procedure as well. In case of LVM the system restore should be done to the mounted logical volume.

I did get the same warnings when installing lvm2.
But everything seems to work OK.

I am still in the process of 'finding my way' on this one.

Will let you know my findings when I've installed the new version.

One small annoyance I noticed when running
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md5sum -c path-to-md5sum gave a message about 'Incorrect format' or something like that.
Adding a second space between the hash and the iso file path solved that. 


Feedback & Suggestions / Include the lvm2 package in the install ISO
« on: March 19, 2013, 01:44:06 PM »
All my diskspace is under LVM control.
So it was not exactly easy to install VSIDO.
I had to
1/ Install to a USB disk with MBR on the USB disk which worked no problem.
2/ Boot into vsido on USB disk and install lvm2 package
3/ Boot from live grml ( which has lvm support ) and rsync from the USB install to Logical Volume
4/ Boot from USB disk into vsido and chroot into the install on HD to change /etc/fstab
5/ Boot into my regular waldorf install to run update-grub, which picked up both the vsido install on USB and the one on HD
6/ Boot into the VSIDO on HD logical volume.

Hence my suggestion to include the LVM package in the VSIDO ISO.


Introductions / Introduction - sort of.
« on: March 19, 2013, 01:24:20 PM »
Hi guys,
I have recommended vsido to a couple of users having problems installing crunchbang without having checked it out myself.
So, here I am, doing just that.

xaos52, aka 'The Good Doctor'

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