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Btrfs subvolume @home not mounted kernel upgrade 3.17

i'm having trouble upgrading my kernel to the latest 3.17 rc3 mainline kernel. I'm currently on a patched kernel 3.13 for my Acer chromebook c720p, the 3.17 kernel would give me support for touchpad ...
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Grub in 13.10 doesn't notice a btrfs root?

I'm using Ubuntu 13.10 (saucy) as my primary system and installed a daily version of trusty in a btrfs partition. For some reason my grub from 13.10 can't find that partition, even though it finds a ...
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Can I have two distros on the same partition using btrfs?

I'm using btrfs successfully and have luckily separate home and system partitions. Using Ubuntu 13.10 and wanting to test 14.04, how can I do this using the btrfs file system? The system has an EFI ...
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Ubuntu btrfs: how to remove rootflags=subvol=@ from grub.cfg

When i mount "btrfs" as a root filesytem, the mount info is as below: root@ubuntu1304Btrfs:~# mount /dev/mapper/ubuntu1304Btrfs--vg-root on / type btrfs (rw,subvol=@) Is there a way to have a ...
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Boot existing ubuntu installation on uefi, GPT BTRFS

I have looked through many of the questions, and haven't found anything that quite satisfies this problem. I have an ssd hard drive that is bootable from my old computer. It is a standard BIOS, ...
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Moving /boot to a separate partition

I've installed Ubuntu 12.04 on a partition with BTRFS as its file system, but it appears that grub2 seems to have some issues with that file system. For some reason it takes it very long time to boot ...
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Grub fails to install - core.img 'unusually large' [closed]

When trying to resurrect my (t)rusty 'ol router who's system disk (CF card) had failed (probably because I neglected to tune Ubuntu properly for this type of media), I wanted to use the opportunity to ...
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Add btrfs root parition entry to Grub2 [closed]

I have a separate 10GB partition to test pre-release builds. This time I decided to test the btrfs as root. After finishing installation, ubiquity showed an error message stating that grub could not ...
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How can I solve my boot error with Natty and btrfs?

I'm getting this boot error on Natty: mount: mounting /dev on /root/dev failed: No such file or directory mount: mounting /sys on /root/sys failed: No such file or directory mount: mounting /proc on ...