Boot hangs after I have moved home partition
I have a Dell Inspiron with pre-installed Ubuntu 11.10. It has a huge root partition without swap, home etc. I have decided to repartition the system. Since I did not want to delete dellutility and os partitions, I have resized the root (sda3) partition to smaller and then I have created an extended partition (sda4) with 3 logical partitions for home (sda5), storage (sda6) and swap (sda7). I could modify fstab so after boot storage and swap are there and working. Then I followed this description ( https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Pa...ng/Home/Moving) to move home from root to the logical partition. I could reboot after step 2 then I could successfully rsync home content, and modify fstab again. After step 5 I have rebooted but even the grub menu does not appear what was there before. I did not modify anything related to grub during these steps. Booting from USB shows that there are no changes in /var/log at all. I have moved /old_home back to /home and I have deleted all the new lines from fstab but the system still does not boot.
What is wrong with my procedure?
As it is a new machine there is nothing important in home I just want to have a separate partition before I start using it.
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