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    Dynamic Disk


    Well i was wondering if the question has been asked before in this forum and i searched for it too but of course i could not get the answer that i was wanting .
    My question is :
    1.Is there any boot loader which supports dynamic disk?
    2.If there is no such boot loader is there any way i can install lilo on my linux root partition(in a dynamic disk)
    error message: partition type(0x00) not supported
    3.If that is not possible also any way of reverting to basic disk without loss of data.

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    I don't know about boot loaders. Is there no way that you can just create a static boot partition? Anyway, I know that you have to recompile the kernel to support dynamic disks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolda2000
    I don't know about boot loaders. Is there no way that you can just create a static boot partition? Anyway, I know that you have to recompile the kernel to support dynamic disks.
    well i can boot into any of my linux os through floppies
    and i had compiled the kernel to enable LDM long ago
    i was just wondering if there is any boot loaders supporting dynamic disk

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