Server set up
jerrymc at msu.edu
Fri Jan 15 23:46:38 UTC 2010
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 04:34:17PM -0600, Kevin Kinsey wrote:
> Jerry McAllister wrote:
> >Of course, if you plan to dual boot FreeBSD along with the existing
> >installation of W98, then you need enough disk for both of them.
> >Probably 20 Gbytes each as a minimum. More is nicer.
> >The most common free one is gparted which you can download and
> >burn to a CD from the net. Just do a Google search for it.
> >There are other free ones. Two limited ones come with FreeBSD.
> >I don't remember back to W98. Does it use NTFS file system type?
> >It the Windos file system is of type NTFS, most of the free partition
> >utilities will not work. I think that gparted is supposed to,
> >but I haven't tried it on that.
> NTFS comes with "NT" versions of Windows, that is, NT, Windows 2000,
> and everything since then. W95 and W98 used FAT filesystems. Fat32
> was the default for Win98 IIRC.
Probably right. Sounds likely.
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