Refreshing my Linux install (December 31, 2003, 0) - - Download
- Boot grub with the following commands:
kernel (hd0,2)/root/root.bin ide0=ata66 initrd=/root/root.bin
- Gleefully delete the other partitions except for the main XP one (we’ll leave one lying around just in case – it’s only 5G, anyway.)
- Create a 550 MB swap partition as /dev/hda2.
- Create a 5 GB partition for
sweet looking laptop (February 21, 2003, 0) - http://info.lindows.com/mobilepc/mobilepc.htm
From the site:
At just 2.9 lbs, the $799 Lindows Mobile PC is a featherweight, but it
weighs in with such features as LindowsOS, a 933mhz VIA processor,
256MB RAM, USB 2.0, Firewire, Ethernet, and a crisp 12.1″ TFT display,
plus a PCMCIA slot to add even more functionality such as wireless
networking. No other computer is as ideally
ntfsresize (June 27, 2005, 0) - Marcelle’s laptop (a Compaq Presario 2500 with 60GB of hard disk
space) succumbed to malware. I’m helping him out so that I can play a
few days of Sims 2 on his laptop. ;) To avoid future problems with
Microsoft Windows reinstallations, we’d like to make separate
partitions for games and data. That way, the next time he has
Laptop hard disk still dead (July 29, 2009, 0) - My laptop hard disk is still dead, but I’m surviving.
Net install (April 28, 2005, 0) - I’m setting up Linux on the Sony Vaio U1 so that I can use it as well
as my Lifebook. I’ve decided to give Fedora Core 3 a try instead of
just net-booting and installing Debian like last time. Besides, I
couldn’t find my handy-dandy one-disk Debian net install image.
Fedora Core’s net-install support lags far behind Debian’s. I