g4u option

2009-11-10 Thread Jean-Paul Natola
Hi all, I'm trying to figure out ,if possible, how to get g4u to only clone data, i.e. I have an 80 gig drive but my OS and applications only come to about 6gigs that’s what I want to clone to the new drive. Is there a way to accomplish this?   TIA J

Re: g4u option

2009-11-10 Thread Polytropon
On Tue, 10 Nov 2009 12:00:56 -0500, Jean-Paul Natola jnat...@familycareintl.org wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to figure out ,if possible, how to get g4u to only clone data, i.e. I have an 80 gig drive but my OS and applications only come to about 6gigs that’s what I want to clone to the new

Re: g4u option

2009-11-10 Thread Liontaur
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 9:00 AM, Jean-Paul Natola jnat...@familycareintl.org wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to figure out ,if possible, how to get g4u to only clone data, i.e. I have an 80 gig drive but my OS and applications only come to about 6gigs that’s what I want to clone to the new

Re: g4u option

2009-11-10 Thread Patrick Lamaiziere
Le Tue, 10 Nov 2009 12:00:56 -0500, Jean-Paul Natola jnat...@familycareintl.org a écrit : I'm trying to figure out ,if possible, how to get g4u to only clone data, i.e. I have an 80 gig drive but my OS and applications only come to about 6gigs that’s what I want to clone to the new drive

G4U inquiry

2008-12-04 Thread Jean-Paul Natola
Hi all, I have a bsd box with a 12 gig drive- I'm going to get a new drive (larger) to replace it as it is quite old and slow - My question is when I clone it with g4u where will the extra space go The drive is currently sliced like this Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted

Re: G4U inquiry

2008-12-04 Thread Tyson Boellstorff
On Thursday 04 December 2008 14:44:40 Jean-Paul Natola wrote: I have a bsd box with a 12 gig drive- I'm going to get a new drive (larger) to replace it as it is quite old and slow - My question is when I clone it with g4u where will the extra space go it's in the faq. http://www.feyrer.de

Re: G4U inquiry

2008-12-04 Thread Wojciech Puchar
I have a bsd box with a 12 gig drive- I'm going to get a new drive (larger) to replace it as it is quite old and slow - My question is when I clone it with g4u where will the extra space go why not simply partition new drive and copy everything? or use dd and then correct partiiton table

Re: G4U inquiry

2008-12-04 Thread Jerry McAllister
it with g4u where will the extra space go Usually you are much better off creating new [slices and] partitions with new appropriate sizes, newfs-ing the partitions to turn them in to filesystems and then copying the previous disk filesystem by filesystem to the new disk - using dump/restore

g4u and ftp

2008-10-16 Thread Jean-Paul Natola
Hi all, I'm having an issue trying to write to my ftp server from linux- I just setup the ftp server with read and write access anonymous login From windows explorer no-problem from the mac's no problem- but when I try to upload an image using g4u (http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/) I get rejected

Re: g4u and ftp

2008-10-16 Thread Steve Quinn
--- On Thu, 10/16/08, Jean-Paul Natola [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Jean-Paul Natola [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: g4u and ftp To: FreeBSD Questions freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Date: Thursday, October 16, 2008, 1:41 PM Hi all, I'm having an issue trying to write to my ftp server from

Re: g4u

2008-06-20 Thread Wojciech Puchar
can I use G4U to clone a 40 gig drive to a 30 gig drive, if the source drive only has 20 gigs of data? what is G4U? simply make partitions, newfs, copy files, install boot sector ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: g4u

2008-06-20 Thread Odhiambo Washington
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 3:48 AM, Jean-Paul Natola [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: can I use G4U to clone a 40 gig drive to a 30 gig drive, if the source drive only has 20 gigs of data? Yes! You can then create a partition on the extra space. -- Best regards, Odhiambo WASHINGTON, Nairobi,KE

RE: g4u

2008-06-20 Thread Jean-Paul Natola
Ghost for unix http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/ The drives i'm working with are windows From: Wojciech Puchar [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Fri 6/20/2008 3:57 To: Jean-Paul Natola Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: g4u can I use G4U to clone a 40 gig

Re: g4u

2008-06-20 Thread D G Teed
On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 9:48 PM, Jean-Paul Natola [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: can I use G4U to clone a 40 gig drive to a 30 gig drive, if the source drive only has 20 gigs of data? G4U does not work with data, it works with partitions or whole disks. If you get that concept, it will help

g4u

2008-06-19 Thread Jean-Paul Natola
can I use G4U to clone a 40 gig drive to a 30 gig drive, if the source drive only has 20 gigs of data? Jean-Paul Natola Network Administrator Information Technology Family Care International 588 Broadway Suite 503 New York, NY 10012 Phone:212-941-5300 xt 36 Fax: 212-941-5563

g4u and growfs? (Was Make Image of Hard Drive)

2005-07-11 Thread Danny Howard
On Sun, Jul 10, 2005 at 11:42:26PM +0100, Iu hh wrote: You can try ghost for unix (g4u, here: http://www.feyrer.de/g4u/). It's a very powerful network based cloning software, just pop in the bootable disk/cd, and then upload/download the image to your local ftp server. I'm using