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On 05Dec2006 12:14, Hadders <[email protected]> wrote:
| I figure the only things I'll have to do is reconfigure any mappings in 
| /etc/fstab that don't use Labels and run Grub again with new config 
| settings to reference the SATA container.

You want to be a bit careful with labels. If you have, say, two drives
plugged into the machine with partitions labelled "/home" then you
may get a nasty surprise about which one gets picked for mounting by the

I'd put off labelling the partition until deployment time.
Cameron Simpson <[email protected]> DoD#743

If a nonnegative quantity was so small that it is smaller than any
given one, then it certainly could not be anything but zero. To those
who ask what the infinitely small quantity in mathematics is, we answer
that it is actually zero. Hence there are not so many mysteries hidden
in this concept as they are usually believed to be. These supposed
mysteries have rendered the calculus of the infinitely small quite
suspect to many people. Those doubts that remain we shall thoroughly
remove in the following pages, where we shall explain this calculus.
        - Leonhard Euler (1707 - 1783)

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