How to make and mount an NTFS volume in linux

Sometimes you just want to have a removable USB drive that you can move easily between linux, MAC and/or Windows PCs. The easiest way is to use the Windows filesystems as there is compatibility (sometimes with a bit of config such as this) across the board. First install DOS file system tools…

Find your…

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Failed Boot Partition – LVM Series #3

This one is fairly straight forward. This is what you need to do if your boot partition should fail and you need to remount  the LVM logical partition in a new machine or once you’ve re-installed Ubuntu on a new boot partition.Make sure the HDDs are recognised.

Scan all disks for physical volumes:

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