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I've got some partitions (with /home) on my second disk and I'm having some problems with him so I chose to trash it. But is there any possibility of remounting home from this disk to my first one with linux core?

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I do not clearly see the organisation of your disks. You have disk A and disk B, how many partition (A1, A2... B1, B2...?) on each? with what data (A1 = system root, A2 = home directories ...)? and which do you want to mount where? – M'vy Mar 16 '11 at 17:01
I want to move data from B to A, but B got mounting points. – oneat Mar 16 '11 at 17:55

Assuming LVM is not in use, you can just use mount as root to mount the partitions in any directory you choose. If LVM is in use then you may need to run vgchange and lvchange as necessary to activate the other VG/LVs first.

mount /dev/sdb7 /mnt/otherhome
mount /dev/OtherVG/SomeLV /mnt/home
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