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  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition.

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show proble ctrl +D, input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition.

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

    $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • xfs file system

mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • ext4 file system

mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show proble ctrl +D, input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition.partition. all so, ssd sometime it's a make trouble like that UEFI system

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

    $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • xfs file system

mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • ext4 file system

mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show proble ctrl +D, input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition. all so, ssd sometime it's a make trouble like that UEFI system

  • No UEFI, Dual Boot in system...wanted a another add a disk..for linux mount size extend for home folder disk status check...and it's a compatible for linux?

    a. grub2 make some trouble because of partition table mixed....

    b. do you have usb-sata hdd mobile case for check system in normal boot and check status ssd ?

    c. how is first boot system ?

    d. check booting table use fdisk. some times disk modified partition....unintentionally..!!

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

    $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • xfs file system

mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • ext4 file system

mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show proble ctrl +D, input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition. all so, ssd sometime it's a make trouble like that UEFI system

  • No UEFI, Dual Boot in system...wanted a another add a disk..for linux mount size extend for home folder disk status check...and it's a compatible for linux?

    a. grub2 make some trouble because of partition table mixed....

    b. do you have usb-sata hdd mobile case for check system in normal boot and check status ssd ?

    c. how is first boot system ?

    d. check booting table use fdisk. some times sometimes disk modified partition....unintentionally..!!

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

    $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • xfs file system

mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • ext4 file system

mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show proble ctrl +D, input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition. all so, ssd sometime it's a make trouble like that UEFI system

  • No UEFI, Dual Boot in system...wanted a another add a disk..for linux mount size extend for home folder disk status check...and it's a compatible for linux?

    a. grub2 make some trouble because of partition table mixed....

    b. do you have usb-sata hdd mobile case for check system in normal boot and check status ssd ?

    c. how is first boot system ?

    d. check booting table use fdisk. sometimes disk modified partition....unintentionally..!!

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

    $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • xfs file system

mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • ext4 file system

mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show proble ctrl +D, problem typing [ctrl +D] input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition. all so, ssd sometime it's a make trouble like that UEFI system

  • No UEFI, Dual Boot in system...wanted a another add a disk..for linux mount size extend for home folder disk status check...and it's a compatible for linux?

    a. grub2 make some trouble because of partition table mixed....

    b. do you have usb-sata hdd mobile case for check system in normal boot and check status ssd ?

    c. how is first boot system ?

    d. check booting table use fdisk. sometimes disk modified partition....unintentionally..!!

  • new hard disk.....you are need to check new hard disk....how is new hard disk check partition table... My Fedora29S KDE Dual Disk System also Windows7 - stable just use like you bios mode no UEFI

I think that 's easily add hard disk...in boot and correct bios boot list, so it' a reason bios find a new disk than pre-installation disk or grub2 confused new disk

another way....disk not mixed different operating system in one disk. it can be switch mode to other disk boot.

mixted disk interfere other system... [win boot and linux boot]

  • home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

    $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • xfs file system

mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • ext4 file system

mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

  • it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show problem typing [ctrl +D] input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon

  • A. check..sata port and boot list for your bios system, it's a another boot list mixed..new disk more fast boot list than installed linux partition. all so, ssd sometime it's a make trouble like that UEFI system

  • B. No UEFI, Dual Boot in system...wanted a another add a disk..for linux mount size extend for home folder disk status check...and it's a compatible for linux?

    a. grub2 make some trouble because of partition table mixed....

    mixed.... b. do you have usb-sata usb to sata hdd mobile case for check system in normal boot and check status ssd ?

    ssd? c. how is first boot system ?

    d. check booting table use fdisk. sometimes disk modified partition....unintentionally..!!

  • partition....unintentionally..!!

    C. new hard disk.....you are need to check new hard disk....how is new hard disk check partition table... My Fedora29S KDE Dual Disk System also Windows7 - stable just use like you bios mode no UEFI

I think that 's easily add hard disk...in boot and correct bios boot list, so it' a reason bios find a new disk than pre-installation disk or grub2 confused new disk

another way....disk not mixed different operating system in one disk. it can be switch mode to other disk boot.

boot. mixted disk interfere other system... [win boot and linux boot]

  • C. home mount system.. for extend new disk for your system, copy other folder..and link or mount..it's a more stable use rsync...command and /etc/fstab update for your new boot system.

     $ sudo mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys

    /homesys $ sudo rsync -avz /home /homesys

    /homesys then mount new disk [/dev/sdb1] or xfs file system /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /etc/fstab input for home directory...for reboot system mount

  • mount * xfs file system

system mount /dev/mapper/aaa-bbb /homesys xfs defaults 0 0

  • 0 * ext4 file system

system mount /dev/sdb1 /homesys ext4 defaults 0 0

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    D. it's doesn't effect....or some trouble, booting progress show problem typing [ctrl +D] input password..fix mount location for new home folder and using a terminal mode.

written by simmon