Subject: Re: NetBSD-1.1(i386) + hard-disk
To: Ish Rattan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 08/09/1996 19:18:20
I would expect you to be able to just run pfdisk & enlarge the 2nd
partition, then under netbsd run 'disklabel -e' & enlarge the C
partition to match...
I'd back up anything valuable first though! :)
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On Fri, 9 Aug 1996, Ish Rattan wrote:
> I posted it to comp.unix.bsd.netbsd.misc and got no response.
> I have NetBSD-1.1 (i386) running on a Dell machine with 1.6Gb
> eide disk. Before intstalling the system, three partitions were
> made using pfdisk:
> 1. DOS (100Mb)
> 2. NetBSD (800Mb)
> 3. NetBSD (700Mb)
> since the system was/is installed in partiton 2, is there a way
> to make a file system on partition 3 and mount it under the exsiting
> file system OR I have to reinstall it using single partiton of 1500Mb?
> Any pointers will be appreciated.
> Ishwar Rattan