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clone_linux_instalation [2015/08/10 15:44]
root [Copy/sync your old system over the network]
clone_linux_instalation [2015/08/10 15:58]
root [Create USB live distro to boot in]
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-I recommend you to use [[http://​sourceforge.net/​p/​boot-repair/​home/​Home/​|Boot-Repair-Disk]]. [[http://​sourceforge.net/​projects/​boot-repair-cd/​files/​|Download the 64 bit version]].+I recommend you to use [[http://​sourceforge.net/​p/​boot-repair/​home/​Home/​|Boot-Repair-Disk]]. [[http://​sourceforge.net/​projects/​boot-repair-cd/​files/​|Download the 64 bit version]] ​and install it on your USB disk using [[http://​unetbootin.github.io/​|unetbootin]] (it booted under the 64 bit booting menu option) or for example [[http://​www.linuxliveusb.com/​|liliUSB]] on Windows. 
 +To place the Boot-Repair-Disk on your USB stick, you just can not use dd like //dd bs=4M if=boot-repair-disk-64bit.iso of=/dev/sdx && sync// This will make unbootable usb stick.
  
 It is live ubuntu based distro wich will guide you to fix your booting. It should be able to fix both BIOS and UEFI type of booting and changes between them. It is live ubuntu based distro wich will guide you to fix your booting. It should be able to fix both BIOS and UEFI type of booting and changes between them.
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-To place the Boot-Repair-Disk on your USB stick, you just can not use dd like //dd bs=4M if=boot-repair-disk-64bit.iso of=/dev/sdx && sync// This will make unbootable usb stick. 
-Use other recommended tool. I used unetbootin and it booted under the 64 bit booting menu option. 
  
 Boot-Repair-Disk contains gparted, ssh client (not server) and rsync, so this live distribution may be used also to do the copy of the system over network. Boot-Repair-Disk contains gparted, ssh client (not server) and rsync, so this live distribution may be used also to do the copy of the system over network.
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 rsync -Hazx -v --numeric-ids --delete root@192.168.0.119:/​mnt/​sda2 ​ . rsync -Hazx -v --numeric-ids --delete root@192.168.0.119:/​mnt/​sda2 ​ .
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-After you enter the command rsync you will be asked for a root password on the remote computer where is the original operating system to be cloned. You may want temporarily allow root login (edit ///​etc/​ssh/​sshd_config//​ and restart //sshd//) or put your temporary public key to ///​root/​.ssh/​authorized_keys// ​to the remote server.+After you enter the command rsync you will be asked for a root password on the remote computer where is the original operating system to be cloned. You may want temporarily allow root login (edit ///​etc/​ssh/​sshd_config//​ and restart //sshd//) or put your temporary public key to ///​root/​.ssh/​authorized_keys// ​on the remote server.
  
 ==== Edit fstab ==== ==== Edit fstab ====
 
clone_linux_instalation.txt · Poslední úprava: 2015/08/10 15:58 autor: root