craftian at subdimension.com
Thu Oct 4 18:31:52 PDT 2001
My setup looks something like this:
hda* Windows C:\
hdb1 Windows D:\
hdb5 Swap (74mb)
hdb6 /home (for lfs and my base system) (3.6gb)
hdb7 / (lfs) (3.6gb)
hdb8 / (mandrake) (2.6gb)
Now I want to relieve myself of mandrake's taint. I believe one of the partion
utilities that mandrake installed could delete a partition and concatenate it
onto another, but I can't recall what it was.
Perhaps this isn't even what I want to do, maybe moving /usr to a different
partition would be a better solution.
Whatever happens, I just don't want to waste that 2.6 gigs, as I'll need it later for all the crap I install.
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