Re: Can palimpsest disk utility create LVM partition?

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On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 6:04 PM, Robert Moskowitz <[email protected]> wrote:
> I just got my seagate 1.5TB drive.  I deleted the NTFS partition and
> wanted to put down a LVM partition that I would then divide into 3 EXT3
> partitioins.
> Palimpsest lists"
> EXT2,3,4, XFS, minix, NTFS, Swap, Empty, and Extended Partition
> So how do I do this as an LVM (and then put down the ext3 partitions....).

You can use system-config-lvm for as long as it's available. It seems
theres a general trend for getting rid of some of the
system-config-... tools. It will default to creating a whole disk LVM
if you don't use fdisk/parted/gparted to create a partition first as I
found out the hard way. It's not really a problem but if you dual boot
windows it will assume that the disk is not partitioned at all.

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