I have a Debian Squeeze install, and I'd like to switch to Ubuntu 11.10.
In my current setup, I have 2 HDDs, the first 250GB and the second 500GB.
The 250GB drive just has a NTFS partition with Win7 on it.
The 500GB drive has 397GB of NTFS, 1GB ext3 which I'm using as the /boot partition, and the rest in an extended partiton contaning an LVM2 partition which is the only physical vomume in my LVM volume group.
Logical volumes are as follows:
- home - 46GB, mount point /home
- rd - 18.62GB, mount point /
- swap - 2.79GB
I'd like to install ubuntu into the existing boot partition and rd logical volume. The installed doesn't seem to understand LVM.
How do I do this?