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Old 04-17-2011, 11:49 AM
johhny_at_poland77
 
Default HALF SOLVED!! :) - 2 encrypted VG's on 1 disk - HOW?

I "half solved" it!! :P

http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/11289/how-to-install-fedoraubuntu-with-encrypted-vgs-on-one-disk/11509#11509

but there are still 2 questions regarding it...can anyone answer them?

Thank you!!


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Old 04-17-2011, 11:49 AM
johhny_at_poland77
 
Default HALF SOLVED!! :) - 2 encrypted VG's on 1 disk - HOW?

I "half solved" it!! :P

http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/11289/how-to-install-fedoraubuntu-with-encrypted-vgs-on-one-disk/11509#11509

but there are still 2 questions regarding it...can anyone answer them?

Thank you!!


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Old 04-17-2011, 11:49 AM
johhny_at_poland77
 
Default HALF SOLVED!! :) - 2 encrypted VG's on 1 disk - HOW?

I "half solved" it!! :P

http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/11289/how-to-install-fedoraubuntu-with-encrypted-vgs-on-one-disk/11509#11509

but there are still 2 questions regarding it...can anyone answer them?

Thank you!!

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Old 04-17-2011, 01:23 PM
Goh Lip
 
Default HALF SOLVED!! :) - 2 encrypted VG's on 1 disk - HOW?

On 04/17/2011 07:49 PM, johhny_at_poland77 wrote:

I "half solved" it!! :P

http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/11289/how-to-install-fedoraubuntu-with-encrypted-vgs-on-one-disk/11509#11509

but there are still 2 questions regarding it...can anyone answer them?

Thank you!!




I was away and just got back, but looking at your forum link and your
(badly unthreaded) posts, I just have one question.


After all these, did you go to fedora and update-grub or grub-install?

Understood the following....
o Ubuntu /boot is in separate partition, sda1, and not encrypted.
o Fedora /boot is encrypted
o You can finally boot into Ubuntu with some modifications to Fedora
menu.lst (I am surprised, really, without the root=xxxx in kernel line
or without chainloading). Okay, sub-question...do you want Ubuntu's grub
to set to mbr? Then, after booting Ubuntu, why not just "sudo
grub-install /dev/sda"?



Caveats-
o I do not have experience with Fedora, Red hat years ago is forgotten.
o I do not have experience with encyption, but understand grub2 works
well now without hassle.



Confession-
o I reply to you as no one else did (considering I do not have
experience with Fedora, encryption, raid or lvm)


As to your 2 questions,
o already mentioned, I am surprised it boots at all, you should need at
least root=/dev/sda1 in it. It's okay without ro splash or quiet. Or at
least use chainloading to the Ubuntu grub. But then, again mentioned, I
have no experience with Fedora and the grub-legacy used may work
differently.


o When Ubuntu kernel is upgraded, you should also amend the Fedora
menu.lst with it.




Regards - Goh Lip


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Old 04-17-2011, 07:39 PM
Jonathan Matthews
 
Default HALF SOLVED!! :) - 2 encrypted VG's on 1 disk - HOW?

On 17 April 2011 12:49, johhny_at_poland77 <johhny_at_poland77@zoho.com> wrote:
> I "half solved" it!! :P

Well done. As I believe you were previously informed, this is a
mailing list for debian-specific traffic. Please use it as such. You
may have better luck over here: https://lists.ubuntu.com/.

Jonathan
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