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Section - -34- How can I copy my system disk onto a second disk which I can then move to another machine?

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Date: 03 Sep 1995 00:00:01 EST

  See the article in the Jul/Aug 1992 Pipeline and the addendum in the
  Nov/Dec 1992 Pipeline, and note that the warning about hardware
  dependencies in the previous question applies here too.  Steve
  Kotsopoulos <steve@ecf.toronto.edu> has written a script which does
  this automatically; you can FTP it from
  ftp://viz.tamu.edu/pub/sgi/software/admin/clonedisk. Be sure to read
  the comments before running it!

  If your machine has FlashPROMs, which are normally updated by 'inst',
  you'll need to update them yourself; see flashio(1M) and heed its
  warnings.

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