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Re: partition management in linux



Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote:
oleksandr korneta wrote:
this is 200GB drive.
vfat partition size is 32Gb (the maximum windows is capable to work with).
ext3 is the rest. And the latter one is ~80% full.


Just a minor correction - 32Gb is an artificial limit that XP has
when creating FAT32 partitions. I have used Windows 98 with a 60Gb
FAT32 partition with no problems. I have a 40Gb FAT32 partition on
this machine for the few times I need to boot Windows.

Mikkel
I've used windows with a 120GB and 220GB vfat partition. Changed the larger to an ext2 because FAT32 sucks. :)
-Dan


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