[opensource] Ubuntu compatibility help?
uhrich.1 at gradsch.ohio-state.edu
Mon Oct 23 11:14:20 EDT 2006
If you want to save some time and resize your windows partition you can
use a bootable cd of gparted which supports growing and shrinking of
NTFS partitions. The project is located here
http://gparted.sourceforge.net/. Although I have used it many times and
not destroyed a partition, it is recommended to have a backup of your
data before attempting to modify partitions. I've also resized my
partitions using Partition Magic, but gparted seems to work just as well
and is free. Hope this opens your eyes to some more options.
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[mailto:opensource-bounces at cse.ohio-state.edu] On Behalf Of BRIAN SWANEY
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2006 11:40 PM
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Subject: [opensource] Ubuntu compatibility help?
I just installed the Ubuntu disk from the involvement fair (sort of...)
and need some help finding linux-compatible drivers. Is anyone able to
help me? Also, it's confined to about a 3 gigabyte partition because I
can't figure out how to either shrink or obliterate the Windows
partition (it's "locked"). I'm going to try calling OIT,but based on
their response to Intel, I'm not so sure they'll want to help me link to
their network using Linux.
In any case, I'd really like some help putting Linux into a bigger
partition. Maybe I'll have Microsoft run in a little Linux-cage from a
dual-operating system boot orf something like that, as described at the
last meeting, to write papers and stuff, or maybe I'll just scratch it
all together. I'm not sure yet, whatever works better.
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