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How to move Ubuntu to a new hard drive

This blogger needed to move Ubuntu Linux from its temporary home on a fairly dodgy 60Gb Maxtor to its new 80Gb Western Digital home. Se how it went!
Read it at digital end

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All I had to do then was remove the old disk and ensure the new disk occupies the same channel that the old disk used and voila..! Because you’ve copied the partitions, you also copied Grub and so there’s nothing else to install. The new hard drive is a complete copy of the old one, but expanded to fill the space.

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