Re: Trolls: Collect Your $55K from Ballmer; Suse Dual Boot Works Great ( Pictures to prove it )
From: DEATH TO KENT WEST HILL (kenteasthill_at_rules.spam)
Date: Mon, 17 May 2004 02:59:48 GMT
John Turnbull wrote:
> That pic proves nothing except that you are an idiot. The partitioning
> problem is with the /most recent/ distros of Linux only, and only when
> Linux is allowed to do repartitioning to shrink a Windows partition.
The ntfsresize Frequently Asked Questions
Updated: May 7, 2004
(Created: December 4, 2002)
The ntfsresize program non-destructively resizes the primary, NTFS
filesystem of Windows XP/2000/NT4, Windows Server 2003 or Longhorn Beta.
All NTFS versions are supported. It is part of the open source Linux-NTFS
project and included in the ntfsprogs package. You don't need Linux
installed to use it, there are many ways to get it run for example by
booting one of the many Linux Live CD's (they run off the CD, not hard
Many freely available open source softwares -- to mention a few, SUSE's
YaST, Vanni Brutto's QTParted, SystemRescueCD, Mandrake's DiskDrake --
integrated ntfsresize a very easy and safe to use way. Please use one of
them unless you have a good reason not to do so.
Please see also the ntfsresize manual page for its capabilities. This page
answers only questions that aren't described in the manual page!
May 6, 2004
SUSE 9.1 is the first general purpose Linux distribution that made Linux
installation user-friendly alongside any Windows systems by using only open
source softwares and having non-destructive NTFS data relocation support to
unallocate space for Linux installation. For the latter purpose, SUSE 9.1
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