I wanted to create 2 partitions that would show exactly 1TB and exactly 500 GB in windows 7. I partitioned and formatted the drive using win 7 disk manager, using values : 1048576 for 1 tb and 512 000 ...
I'm setting up an old box with Debian; what I'm aiming at is a very minimalistic system for a more or less educational purpose (just a router/proxy or a system with some network cards configured as a ...
I'm setting up an old box with Debian (etch, to be upgraded to squeeze; but only etch still has boot floppies). I have read that old BIOS versions do not support boot disks larger than 8.4 GB ...
My drive was formatted to look like the following: Partition 1 - NTFS - 100Gb for Windows XP Partition 4 - Extended Partition Partition 5 - EXT3 - Linux boot partition - 200 Mb Partition 6 - XFS - ...
Coming from a Widows world I consider a system upgrade synonymous to problems and week-long headaches. I have a 320GB hard drive in my MacBook which is pretty much full (sometimes only 100MB to spare) ...