jerrymc at msu.edu
Mon Nov 17 16:53:07 PST 2008
On Tue, Nov 18, 2008 at 01:39:48AM +0100, Albert Shih wrote:
> Hi all,
> Newbie question from a not newbie (well I think ;-) )
> I've install many FreeBSD, but I always use the all disk.
> If I've a laptop come with winxp ? How can I shrink the
> WinNT partition ? Can the FreeBSD install CD do that ?
> If he can't what's your advice for some software to do that ?
No, it cannot. There are a couple of utilities that come with FreeBSD
but, at last check, they did not handle NTFS.
I have successfully used Partition Magic version 7.0 (8.0 is crap)
as long as it is not on a USB drive. It won't handle USB and 8.0
will not either even though it claims it will.
I have also successfully used 'gparted' which is downloadable.
It worked for NTFS and also worked fine with USB disk. There is
yet another one whose name I don't remember now.
Download gparted and burn a CD to boot and do the work. Or, buy Partition
Magic 7.0 and build the floppies. Don't try using either on a running
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