Carlos Antonio Perez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 22 May 1999 21:16:19 -0500 (CDT)
Well, Im booting a performa 6360 into linux from a hfs extended
partition. BootX (as well as the vmlinux) reside on a hfs extended
partition. So far so well....
On Sat, 22 May 1999, harlan wrote:
> On 5/21/99, David Gadoury <David_Gadoury@MergeComputer.com> wrote:
> >does it make a difference if the partion is HFS or HFS+ ? if there is even
> >a HFS+ partion type. how can i tell which i have and how do i change
> >partion types without having to kill my MacOS partition and doing a
> >reintstall? I took a look at Disk Setup and it wasnt too intuitive. I
> >think i need the Mac version of FDisk ;).
> Yes, it must be HFS, NOT HFS Extended. GetInfo ( on MacOS ) will tell
> you the partition type. Sorry to tell you, I do not know of a
> "non-destructive" way to change partition types. All the methods which
> I know about erase the partition. NOTE: you should change the ENTIRE
> partition map to HFS... Not just the Linux partition. You're probably
> better off to back up your entire drive and re-partition the entire drive
> (using HFS partitions).
Carlos Antonio Perez Delgado
PGP: hkp://pgpkeys.mit.edu:/"Carlos A. Perez <email@example.com>"
"Los verdaderos programadores solo programan en C porque es el lenguaje
mas facil de deletrear."
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