Subject: Re: Some General Questions
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From: Richard Todd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/11/1994 23:38:00
In servalan.mailinglist.macbsd Peter Brewer writes:
>I assume this also means you can run MacBSD on a machine configured for
>A/UX as long as you create separate file systems for MacBSD. I would
>hazard that you could "reuse" A/UX swap space.
Yes, to both. My machine has NetBSD on a partition on one drive and A/UX on
partitions on the other two. There are A/UX swap partitions on all three,
and when NetBSD is running it uses the swap partition on that drive.
Richard Todd email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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