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sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mntsudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/devsudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/procsudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys
sudo chroot /mnt
update-grubsudo grub-install /dev/sdasudo grub-install --recheck /dev/sda
# exit chrootexit# unmountsudo umount /mnt/sys &&sudo umount /mnt/proc &&sudo umount /mnt/dev &&sudo umount /mnt
Quote from: PackRat on September 07, 2022, 02:38:23 PMPerformed another install this morning. I guess it would be Method 3.
sudo fsarchiver -v restfs vsido_23DEC2023.fsa /dev/sdxx
sudo fsarchiver -v restfs vsido_23DEC2023.fsa id=0,dest=/dev/sdxx
These things should be done once you boot and are logged into the new install the first time
Quote from: PackRat on September 08, 2022, 11:31:09 PMFor Method 1Change:Code Select Expandsudo fsarchiver -v restfs vsido_23DEC2023.fsa /dev/sdxxtoCode Select Expandsudo fsarchiver -v restfs vsido_23DEC2023.fsa id=0,dest=/dev/sdxxSo it matches up with the SpaceFM command in image #3 but without the variable substitutions.Take this line ahead of Step 8:Code Select ExpandThese things should be done once you boot and are logged into the new install the first timeand increase the font size or something so that the break between installing and post-install customizations sticks out.
Quote from: PackRat on September 08, 2022, 11:44:38 PMYour quick. The fixes look good.I added a blurb about pointing out that US Central Tiimezone is preserved in the fsarchive, so users outside that zone will need to make a change manually.
sudo fsarchiver -v restfs vsido_23DEC2023.fsa id=0, dest=/dev/sdxx
Quote from: PackRat on September 10, 2022, 07:29:47 PM@vastonecan't have that space between "id=0" and "dest=/dev/sdxx"
Quote from: VastOne on September 11, 2022, 12:44:34 AMBe careful of the same UUID on the same machine if you have multiple installs. That is a natural issue with fsarchive like the time zone because it keeps it.. I think I will add how to change the UUID in the After you install section and HIGHLY recommend it be done
Quote from: jedi on September 11, 2022, 01:25:42 AMMight want to also be aware that SWAP may also need tinkering if you have/use one. I do on this lappy so it can go into hibernate easily. I think I had a couple of /etc/fstab edits to make before that all settled itself as well. I'm thinking anyone using a sid is probably pretty versatile using things like blkid and mkswap and swapon stuff on the fly...
QuoteWhat say you? It most likely won't ever hit anyone but peeps like you and I and jedi, who are constantly in testing mode, I think I will add it just to make sure that people can see it could be an issue
Quote from: VastOne on September 11, 2022, 01:34:59 AMTrue that.. Luckily I already had a how to on how to change the UUID to avoid conflicts and just pointed to that. I don't think it will be an issue but bases are now covered..Thanks JediAre you enjoying GMB and Pithos again?