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The problem with the /home

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kolik76  
Hello, I'm sorry to my bad English. Made by moving folders /home as written http://jameszero.net/2061.htm , experienced a problem with the boot.
Tell me where to write that?
hawhill  
You probably destroyed the boot loader. Note that the first 2048 blocks (512 byte per block) are reserved. Also, the first partition is for kernel and uboot config. You can then play with partition 2 and further partitions - I'd just shrink p2 and add a p3 for /home. I don't see much to gain in using LVM here, though. You can use any guide, but remember to leave the start of the device and the first partition alone. Oh, and the kernel is configured (in boot.cmd/boot.scr) to search the root file system in partition 2. So aside from shrinking/expanding it if needed, leave it alone, too.

kolik76  
hawhill replied at Mon Jun 8, 2015 03:18
You probably destroyed the boot loader. Note that the first 2048 blocks (512 byte per block) are res ...

What do you recommend the best?
P.S. With Linux still bad familiar would see commands

hawhill  
I do not use Lubuntu and don't know about the default partition layout. So someone else might be able to help in more detail.

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