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RIP 14.0 has NTFSRESIZE 1.11.1 It would have the most up to date version of ntfsresize which I could extract convert .tgz to .mo and run it on Slax with ...
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- 08-07-2005 #1
Locating ntfsresize and removing it from RIP
RIP 14.0 has NTFSRESIZE 1.11.1It would have the most up to date version of ntfsresize which I could extract convert .tgz to .mo and run it on Slax with qtpartedNOTE: RIP is based on Slackware and you can install packages from Slackware
10.1 or later. Only use /sbin/installpkg on RIP to install Slackware
packages 'installpkg package_name.tgz'.
- 08-07-2005 #2
RIP sounds like a distribution, not a package.
- 08-07-2005 #3
It is a distro but you can run it to check the files in there
The file is located somewhere
- 08-07-2005 #4
- 08-07-2005 #5
To extract the files
- 08-07-2005 #6
- 08-07-2005 #7
Putting the cd and in and it is possible to take the packages out of it and browse the cd in linux or windows
- 08-07-2005 #8
You could always just download ntfsresize for Slackware...or :shock: compile from source.
- 08-07-2005 #9Originally Posted by lakerdonald
- 08-07-2005 #10
You could download the sources and compile from scratch. And I'm quite sure there exists a current slackware package for it.