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    it won't matter if you use ext2
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    i have 128 ram on my comp though, so 266 is more than double

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    thats ok then
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    if you have more problems just post them here and someone will help
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    ok so heres the skinny and my final problem

    266mb for swap
    125mb for ext2 (linux native, as the window called it
    with /boot as the nount point

    problem:
    it wont let me use any more room for "/"

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    just answer that last one and that'll be all im pretty sure

    but if you cant,,

    thanks for your help

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    oh yea i guess that wasnt my last,,


    what is journalized fs used for?

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    so it won't let you make it at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Tux-
    oh yea i guess that wasnt my last,,


    what is journalized fs used for?
    big question, basicly it is a linux filesystem that records everything you do
    so that if u r in a format and your computer crashes it can carry on where it left off.

    these other partitions you mentioned how big are they?
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    well, i figured out 2 new things

    1. it said i has 98.4 gb left, yet the partitioning thing will only let me use 392 mb for for reason. is there a reasoning for this??

    2. journalised fs is ext 3, so i guess i shouldnt use ext 2

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