Subjection to gain and keep desktop users

Ismael .... ismaelpsp at
Wed Aug 6 17:53:44 UTC 2008

> Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 12:56:47 -0400
> Subject: RE: Subjection to gain and keep desktop users
>>> You Should look at
>> I'm waiting for their next public beta release of v.7
>> Do they support installing in a extended / logical partition?
>> since freebsd doesn't, I doubt the do.
> No it doesn't that why I left that part out of you email. Personally I never understood the big deal with that. I've hated extended/logical partition since DOS.

I don't get what's the deal either, but that's the way it's done,
you know that IBM did it in such a way that you can only have
4 primary partitions... and I already have them all ocupied.
1 - xp - 15G
2 - fat32 - 35G
3 - centos - 15G
4 - extended
--5 - /home - 35G
--6 - swap - 2G
--7 - 12G - waiting for freebsd

If someone knows of a way to create more than 4 primary
partitions and still be able to install xp, please let me know,
since for now, I can't wipeout my main OS (centos) and
xp doesn't want to install in a logical partition either.
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