Rony the disk partitions are not the same . I
have made the necessary
changes in the grub hence it starts uncompressing the kernel .. Is
there any other files where i will have to make changes redarding the
change in disk partitions.
The grub entries point to the partition that has the kernel but what
about your installation itself that is installed for the older
partition. I have not done this before so *just for experimenting* ,
create at least the same number of partitions so that your /dev/hdax
for installation remains the same for both disks. BTW what about your
old disk. How does it detect your new hw?
Well about the old hdd I sold my old machine and it went with it (afret
being formated ofcours) . I was too excited about the new machine that I
did not bother about trying the old hdd on my new machine silly ME ..
anyway will look into /etc/fstab and let you know