i have trouble install ubuntu while i already have slackware inside my comp. it said the slack uses ext2 so it had an error. so i wonder to change the ext2 system to ext3 without re-installing the system.
here what i got from the internet. using tune2fs program that already inside the slack 12.
- Log in as root
- Make sure /etc/fstab has /dev/hda10 mounted to /test as ext2, read write
- umount /dev/hda10
- If you can’t unmount it, then remount it read only (mount -o remount,ro /dev/hda10)
- tune2fs -j /dev/hda10
- Edit /etc/fstab, and for /dev/hda10, change ext2 to ext3
- mount /dev/hda10
- /sbin/shutdown -h now
- mount | grep /dev/hda10
- If it’s not shown as ext3, reboot, if still not, troubleshoot
- Otherwise, you’re done.
there i think my ext2 changed ext3. now let’s try the ubuntu.