Re: Bloody alpha ignorant
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 05:37:09PM -0400, Jay Estabrook wrote:
> I think it's primarily a "tradition" on some versions of UNIX - they
> originally needed some way to refer to the whole disk, and decided a "c"
> partition would be the way to do it (I'd love to know why it's "c" and
> not "a" or some such).
BTW, after creating such a disklabel (without c partition), I've turned
out to be unable to install Tru64 5.1A on the hard drive.
It reports something like "Unable to read disklabel", and installation
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