Re: Clueless users are bad for debian (was Let's CENSOR it!)
Julian Gilbey <J.D.Gilbey@qmw.ac.uk> writes:
> > I have just read an article in PC Week (online) by Neil Plotnick how the
> > necessity to partition your disk when you install Linux hinders the
> > acceptance
> > of Linux. He gives an example of a computer instructor whose
> If I'm not very much mistaken, it's possible to install Linux on a DOS
> partition (the UMDOS method, or something like that?).
> I just used FIPS myself, about a year ago, so I can't remember the
> exact details.
Check out `Drop In Linux' by Dale Scheetz' <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
I don't know the current status, but it uses a umdos file system,
doesn't require repartitioning the disk.
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