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Updating for current software versions (Ubuntu 14.10): Grub2 2.02~beta2-15 I set up my partitions and made md devices on them, then ran mkfs on them. THEN I started Ubuntu's installer (ubiquity). (If you don't mkfs first, ubiquity insists on partitioning your md devices. IDK if grub will handle a partition table inside an MD on a partition.) With / ...


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Here is something that might help... Even though the partition size is staying the same, you may still need to "resize" your encrypted volume. cryptsetup --verbose resize cryptroot This is based on: http://www.ms.unimelb.edu.au/~trice/linux/tricks/luksresize/ Although from what I've read, It seems like most recommend encrypting at the physical ...


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This is described on the Ubuntu wiki. Maybe should have asked over there in first place. Sorry. But in case for future visitors. Here is the link. However, the raid configuration did not allow installation on a /dev/sdb as indicated by boot-repair. The install must go to the main raid volume. Here is another link about that. And here the short version: ...


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New kernel will inherit kernel cmdline from the last running kernel, so if you make changes to grub.conf, they will persist kernel upgrade. You can see that by running: rpm -q --scripts kernel Relevant lines in RPM scripts are: NEWKERNARGS="" (/sbin/grubby --info=`/sbin/grubby --default-kernel`) 2>/dev/null | grep -q crashkernel if [ $? -ne 0 ] then ...



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