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LVM with Debian 5 “Lenny”

The process of installing Logical Volume Management on install…is well…a task that can present issues for most users. So I have tried to lay out a screenshot and description of this process on Debian 5 “Lenny” because many people will want to use LVM once they understand the value and the process. More here

This turorial will show you how to install LVM using two disks on the install of Debian 5 Lenny. This is not an intuitive process, it unbelievably will require 37 steps to use LVM. Now, not to day Debian 5 interface is bad, it is not…in fact it is a nice interface. But LVM is a pain when you have to do it so I am showing you screenshots with detailed discussion so that you can do this yourself.

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