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comment How can I copy a file from one partition to another?
The issue, what are the commans to copy the files? cp /boot/vmlinuz/ /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/vmlinuz.efi..?
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comment How can I copy a file from one partition to another?
I used gparted for making the gpt (rodsbooks.com) and a 500 mb fat32 sda1. So far so good. I installed Ubuntu on the second partition (sda2 - root), and /home on a third partition. Because I used a GPT partition table, I thought my MBR would be destroyed, consequently I thus had use the Installation cd. As I could not make it work, I eventually reinstalled Ubuntu, yet now using "EFI start-up partition" as an option during install (in stead of leaving it blank). As a result Ubuntu started from the HD, but used grub - very instable.
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comment How can I copy a file from one partition to another?
CD not needed: Actually I used the CD to boot the machine to install the stubloader, which requires files to be moved from /boot to boot/efi.
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revised How can I copy a file from one partition to another?
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comment How can I copy a file from one partition to another?
Sorry, Efi System Partition. In order to make efi work, a first partition is needed in Fat32.
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revised How can I copy a file from one partition to another?
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