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Re: Upgrading Harddrive and USB



i got a dlink usb 10/100 nic.


i modload usbcore usb-uhci and pegasus (the dlink nic driver)

It all works nice.

As for transferring your hd.
I know you can ghost windows partitions.
For linux i tar gzipped the whole dir structure.  Only problem is you have
to recreate the boot stuff, that just means reloading lilo.


Jay


----- Original Message -----
From: "craig atkinson" <caa@uvic.ca>
To: <debian-laptop@lists.debian.org>
Sent: Monday, November 06, 2000 12:32 AM
Subject: Upgrading Harddrive and USB


> Hello folks,
>
> I have two questions.
> Firstly, I've tried to recompile a newer 2.4-pre kernel, and have had
> minimal success.
> I'm mostly trying to get USB support enabled because my only internet
comes
> through a USB ethernet device by D-Link. Unfortunately, my PCMCIA cardbus
> controller completely died out a few months back, and isn't under
warranty.
> I've had to resort to my windows partition, which is less than ideal :)
>
> I seek some ideas because I think there are other ways to get USB support
> but I don't really know.
>
> Secondly, I'm thinking about buying a new harddrive, maybe 10 gigs. I'd
> rather not go through installation and etc. of debian again, and windows..
> it takes a while as we all know and customization never ends. My idea is
to
> transfer the entire filesystem to another computer and burn cds of my
stuff
> (current hd only 3 gigs..). Does anybody think this is feasible? Any ideas
> about actually pulling it off .. If i'm using my USB ethernet, which I
only
> have in Windows, my linux partition will be inaccessible. I'm not sure how
> to get around that easily.
>
>
> Thanks for your help.
>
> /caa
>
>
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