OK, here's the situation: I have Linux installed on half of my 850M hard
drive, with DOS taking up the other half. Recently, I added a 1Gig hard
drive to my system, and I just copied my entire Linux partition (yes, I
know, I shouldn't have just _one_ partition) to the new drive. I
changed LILO so that it would boot from the new drive, and everything
seems to work fine (well, at any rate, I can boot from the new drive,
log in, and run applications).
Now, here's my question, before I delete Linux from its old home: can it
really be that simple? I mean, can I just copy everything from one hard
drive to the other and have it work OK?...
(= Francois =)
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