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> Debian Question
post Jul 2 2005, 04:44 PM
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so debian requires a partition be ext2, instead of a loopback file system(not sure what this is)cant I just create a say 750Mb ext2 partition for debian, is this too much? And how would I go about doing that? On a 3100? Of course xqt would be already installed.
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