how to transfer an installed system into other hard disk (help pls)

Asked by z3r0c007 on 2011-12-11

how to transfer all my system and application into other hard disk
 for example:

i have a hard disk 160gb with system and application of ubuntu 11.10, i would like to transfer all the system and application to my new hard disk 500gb.

what is the command or software to tranfer.

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :
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You will need to do it in a liveCD and you can use rsync, dd or partimage

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z3r0c007 (kimchloekc) said :
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where i can find or command to copy all my system and files as same to my old hard disk

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z3r0c007 (kimchloekc) said :
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it's like the maxblas to copy all the system to other hard disk and it will boot as same

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actionparsnip (andrew-woodhead666) said :
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I suggest you use grsync, its a lot easier

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delance (olivier-delance) said :
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I did it a month ago.
I used copy/paste of partition with Gparted.

I pluged new disk in a external dock.
I run Gparted, which detected both disks (in fact, I merged two old disks in a new one).
Then I copy each partition of old disk and paste to new disk.
( I simply had some issues as I had more than 3 primary partitions, which is not your case).
I made an Ubuntu CD.
Than I replaced old internal disks by new one and reinstalled Grub2 with CD.
You need to reinstall Grub2 as new disk installed as sdb will become sda, and MBR (first sector of disk) use such numbering.

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