02-15-2003 08:20 AM
I have managed to get the drive and mount into onto another linux server /mnt partition and there seems to be loads of files missing i really don't what has happened. I have kind of hoping somebody my have a virgin image they could make avaiable through ftp.
If not i will have to see what hp say on monday
Thanks for any help offered
03-24-2003 01:03 PM
03-30-2003 04:48 AM
Now I need some help to make an image, I want to copy the original 9gig disk, and move it on to a 72gig disk. Anyone have any ideas on how to achieve this. I was thinking of partitioning the new disk and making an ext2 FS on them. Then I will use ghost to do a partition to partition copy.
Has anyone else successfully created a new image onto a bigger disk?
If anyone can help I am prepare to make the image available for ftp. It seems in order us to get any updated pkgs we will have to do it ourselves, there are so many security exploits in these old pkgs its a joke, shame on HP.
Another option is to find the script that is used to update software page and change it from FTP.HP.COM to redhat ftp site. Or maybe installed up2date binary and get it to update all the pkgs.
But in order to experiment I need to know I have a fresh virgin image I can just restore hence the need for the group to make one available.
04-20-2003 03:56 AM
I love a copy
email the ftp server ip to XXXcomputershop@blueyonder.co.uk remove the XXX.
I nearly have finished creating a new images you are welcome to download when i have finished
05-11-2003 12:26 PM
the SA1100 support by default mirroring, just add the second disk and select "disk mirroring"
If everything is under control, you are going too slow (Mario Andretti)
03-28-2004 05:10 AM
PLEASE reply to firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address.
I need that original boot image, since my server is stuck in 'LI' mode, and nothing is getting me past it.
I've tried to make a rescue disk, but I've had no luck, and I'm hating life badly without my website.
I've had to move my websites to a Windows box, which has me terribly nervous.
If anyone (ANYONE!) has a way to help me, I'd REALLY appreciate it.
Thanks in advance. I'm counting on the Open Source community here.
04-21-2004 01:04 PM
If I had the "virgin" image to restore, I could start back at scratch.