Want to stack your Linux box full of hard drives? Join them into one giant pool of storage? It’s easy, we’ll show you how to combine two drives, or even hundreds!
Plus – Is Microsoft trying keep Linux off PC’s with Windows 8? We discuss!
And so much more!
All this week on, The Linux Action Show!
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Episode Show Notes:
- The Microsoft Update: Next-gen boot spec could forever lock Linux off Windows 8 PCs
- How Microsoft Can Lock Linux Off Windows 8 PCs
- UEFI and “secure boot”
- UEFI secure booting – Red Hat’s Matthew Garrett
- Subsystem for UNIX Applications deprecated in Windows 8
- Casio paying Microsoft to use Linux in new patent deal
- Richard Stallman: “Android Phones Do Not Respect Your Freedom”
- OpenShot Video Editor Version 1.4, Sweeties, and the Future!
- Inferno OS Running On Android Phones
- Inside Linux Mint
- A LVM Frontend for KDE
- Using system-config-lvm
- Format your drives as a Physical volume (PV) then you can add that raw storage to a volume group.
- Then create logical volumes, and these will show up as drive devices. Format these with your file system of choice.
- Chris often creates his home directory on a logical volume, for future growth!
- Logical Volume Manager Overview
- FreeBSD GEOM