I have a RAID 0 dual boot system. When I try to boot into Ubuntu 10 I get an error saying there is no root file system defined.
I pop Ubuntu 12 CD and boot up. From the advanced partition settings screen I have:
/dev/mapper/isw_dcidgaidc_Linux /dev/mapper/isw_dcidgaidc_Linux1 ext4 60628MB unknown /dev/mapper/isw_dcidgaidc_Linux5 swap 2628MB 0MB /dev/mapper/isw_dcidgaidc_Linux1 ext4 60628MB unknown /dev/mapper/isw_dcidgaidc_Linux2p1 swap 2628MB 0MB /dev/mapper/isw_dcidgaidc_Linux5 swap 2628MB unknown
(as well as my NFTS Windows 7 partitions)
I am a little puzzled why I seem to have double everything for Linux. Does the above look like I have a single Linux OS installed?
What I am trying to achieve:
Replace the above Ubuntu 10 with Ubuntu 12- whilst keeping my ability to dual-boot with Windows 7. How can I do this?