On Friday 30 April 2004 18:55, Enda wrote:
> I believe the poster's scenario was migrating data from one disk to another
> in a fashion that rendered the new disk bootable in the exact same config
> as the original. Learn to read, then read the subject line of the message
> you just posted.
That is not the case.
As I recall, the original poster explicitly said that
he was partitioning the disk, creating file-systems
and using cp to copy the data.
Also he appeared to be copying from an IDE disk to a SCSI disk,
since they were called, as I recall, hda and sda.
> Last word freak. Come on then, waste bandwidth with some more irrelevant
> crap, get your last word in.
I find that people who are incapable of carrying on a discussion
without sinking to gutter talk are rarely worth listening to.
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