Re: ATTN: ABOUT PAGE: .../disks-i386/current/install.html
>>>>> "Jordan" == Jordan Ilchev <email@example.com> writes:
Jordan> I found some problems about lowmemory installation section
Jordan> (7.2) of ?install.html?:
Jordan> If someone follow the instruction and "Create/Activate the
Jordan> swap partition."(64MB for example in my case), when normal
Jordan> installation starts you will be asked again to "Initialize and
Jordan> Activate the Swap Disk Partition" and at this point you CAN'T
Jordan> activate your swap partition becomes it?s working (busy)
Jordan> I think you must fix this confusion in install instructions
Ok, I agree. Lets figure out the proper way to fix it then.
Jordan> My solution was to make another small swap just for lowmemory
Jordan> install at ?/dev/hda4?, and leave my 64MB Swap for main
This is not the proper way to fix it.
Why not just skip the "Initialize and Activeate the Swap Disk
Jordan> So you may include this case in "install.htm" and maybe sample
Jordan> for partition the HDD like this:
Jordan> /dev/hdda2 64MB Linux Swap
Jordan> /dev/hdda1 1000MB Linux native
Jordan> /dev/hdda3 4MB Linux MINIX
Jordan> /dev/hdda4 10MB Linux Swap
Eew no! That's too gross.
Why do you need two swap partitions? Just to fulfill a step in
dbootstrap? Actually, it's kinda sounding like a dbootstrap bug...
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>