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Originally Posted by billa_bh All right guyz I found that bios was never updated bcoz I make the floppy writed protected. So I updated the bios from floppy and walla.. ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by billa_bh
    All right guyz I found that bios was never updated bcoz I make the floppy writed protected. So I updated the bios from floppy and walla.. I got to boot from network and cd too. this is gr8.. Now I have managed to get friend's fedora core 2 cds. they r 4 of them.

    So I have windows xp on it and both of partision are NTFS. C:\ got windows on it and order. Now tell me from the start what to do now. I booted from linux bootable cd then what. I mean i know i have make my hard to FAT to access accors the network. but how I make it FAT. plz guide.

    Thank u guyz.
    Fat s*cks.
    Use a native file system like reisferfs or ext3.
    By default Fedora will use ext3...

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    Native IBM JFS is best, stable and clean.
    Ma homeboy is Jesus himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeMonster
    Native IBM JFS is best, stable and clean.
    If you use the installer for your partitionning, it will only support EXT3 and Reisferfs

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    Nope your wrong, the option to use xfs and jfs support can be loaded as a option when you boot the "insert distro here" linux installation cd, (FC3 or Slackware for example), distros such as debian dont even need that, straight away it's partitioning tool supports all filesystems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeMonster
    Nope your wrong, the option to use xfs and jfs support can be loaded as a option when you boot the "insert distro here" linux installation cd, (FC3 or Slackware for example), distros such as debian dont even need that, straight away it's partitioning tool supports all filesystems.
    So Fedora officially supports xfs(I never knew this was legal)?
    Also... why do you think it's better?
    For example, why is it better than Reiser?

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    It's the real deal thats why, the raw journaling file system, reiser has the tendancy to get pumped on bloat-ware.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jens
    So Fedora officially supports xfs(I never knew this was legal)?
    Also... why do you think it's better?
    For example, why is it better than Reiser?
    Why wouldn't it be legal? XFS is GPL. Red Hat can do just about whatever they want with it.

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    Exactly, he just won't admitt to defeat
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    ???

    Quote Originally Posted by CoffeeMonster
    Exactly, he just won't admitt to defeat
    ?
    Like I said:
    I never knew this was legal
    Meaning I never knew this was legal (and GPL)...

    I'd ony like to know why it should be better.
    ("It's the real deal thats why" isn't an answer)

    EDIT: As posted before, I don't do flaming.
    This is a nice and friendly forum, lets keep it that way.

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    Will you quit trying to piss me off, no im one of those guys, who likes the orginal, for example instead of trying ubuntu, I would rather get debian, (and I did), reiser is infact just a rip-off jfs, JFS has had any known issues and is very clean, ive also noticed it's got better security.
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