No, the 80gb is not set as /home, it isn't even set to auto mount at start, I just had it in there cuz it has my music and my instalation of WoW. I had planned on coppying over the data I wanted to my partitions and then reformatting that drive, throwing in my 3 sata 320's and raid 5 them, move music and data I want protected there. That is the end goal. I just had to do it in steps because I do not want over heat my pc. Bad cooling atm (well it would be if I had all 6 drives in there.) I have already coppied over the WoW installation, but will still need to copy over my music b4 I can reformat the drive. WoW is working, so I do have a fully functioning install of Ubuntu 8.04, just have to load it strangely.
Originally Posted by kdfuller
The scsi drive with the /boot partition (/dev/sda1) is set as the boot device. I manually (via 'F8' option) select my 80gb as the one to boot at the moment, then I use my modified menu.lst to bood the 2 scsi drives (/dev/sda3 and /dev/sdb2) with root=/dev/md0 which works fine.
The /boot partition of the scsi drive (/dev/sda1 - which is not raided) will not let me boot into a working OS. I think at the moment that it tells me no OS found (I am at work and can't verify) I had done some more modifying of the grub files there to try to get it to load. I guess if you could tell me how to re-install grub to my scsi /boot (/dev/sda1) drive, that may fix the problem. I have looked for how to install grub and have not been able to manually install it to the /boot. since as I said above I can get it to boot using the older 80gb drive's bootloader.
I can copy / paste any files u might want to see when I get home.
The way I have tried to install grub has basically been the same every time
>device (hd#) /dev/sdX