I would recommend using /dev/disk/by-id or something like that. We have tables on multiple drives and it got mixed, which was not nice.
On 14.10.2015 11:36, Snehasish Kar wrote:
> In the tables.conf just edit the partition name.It lies in the top of the file. It should look something like sdb or sdc1. Just check the partition name using dmesg or fdisk -l. And update the tables.conf accordingly.
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>> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 11:23:05 +0200
>> Subject: Re: [A51] Kraken and Tables drive
>> You should have the tables.conf file somewhere around. The paths are there.
>> (or, maybe, you have the tables in distribution, not-installed form. You will have to run Behemoth.py/TableConvert then)
>> On 14.10.2015 04:58, demian sims wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I'm wondering how to tell kraken where to look for the Tables? I have a drive from Hacker Warehouse and it's all ready to go using Ubuntu 14.04.
>> > Thank You,
>> > Demian
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