arnaud.garcia-fernandez at laposte.net
Fri Feb 16 18:55:43 UTC 2018
It's a problem of some kind of ID number which isn't recognised by lilo for nvme disks, it thinks the disk is something else and refuses to install itself there.
Le 16 février 2018 19:42:15 GMT+01:00, Rich Shepard <rshepard at appl-ecosys.com> a écrit :
>On Fri, 16 Feb 2018, Ythogtha wrote:
>> This nvme problem is really the only one that had bothered me
>> and I didn't dig enough to find a solution, but I am very glad that
>> did ! My work laptop has an nvme main disk, and I had to put a
>> /boot partition on the secondary non-nvme disk for lilo to work.
>Excuse my ignorance, but a web search did not tell me if a NVMe disk is
>different from a SSD; I assume so, but aren't they both non-volitile
>disks? Is the difference the bus: SATA vs PCI-express?
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