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The last few days have been exciting in a thoroughly unpleasant way. My attempt to install Bodhi Linux in place of Debian was a disaster due to the silly Ubiquity ...
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- 10-05-2011 #1
Coming up for air
I plan to delete this new partition and create a primary ext3 partition in its place. Then I would like to copy Crux over; it's always been a bit cramped in 3.9GB. I think I can do it with
dd count=3088076 if=/dev/sda1 of=/dev/sda4
That will eventually give me space at the beginning of the drive to install something else. But I want it to be something traditional, not another of these fancy-schmancy "user-friendly" things that don't let you partition a disk properly. Any suggestions?"I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
- 10-05-2011 #2
Sorry that you've had so much trouble with Bodhi. I'm quite enjoying it - although it's only installed on an old (and virtually useless laptop). I won't be installing it on anything I need to work well any time soon.