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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'.
RIP sounds like a distribution, not a package.
It is a distro but you can run it to check the files in there
The file is located somewhere
To extract the files
Putting the cd and in and it is possible to take the packages out of it and browse the cd in linux or windows
You could always just download ntfsresize for Slackware...or :shock: compile from source.
08-07-2005 #9Originally Posted by lakerdonald
You could download the sources and compile from scratch. And I'm quite sure there exists a current slackware package for it.