Re: Resizing ReiserFS for MacOSX
On Thu, 9 Dec 2004 10:07:50 -0800, Andrea Giusto
> Hello everybody, since I cannot get my modem working under Linux, I decided to
> try MacOSX. The problem is resizing my primary partion, which hosts a
> ReiserFS filesystem: how likely it is this operation to fail forcing me to
> reinstall/reconfigure all my debian sytem?
> And, by the way, how much disk space is MacOSX needed (I have 60gigs and I am
> planning to use it only for occasional home connection to the internet, so
> I'd rather keep it as small as possible)!
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The minimal install is around 900MB, however i managed to get this
down to around 700MB by totally stripping the system down, deleted the
i*-apps, man pages, emacs, info pages, /usr/share/doc/ and so on as
well as any font that contained a superset of ISO-8859-1.
I recommend around 1.2GB, thats what i've been using, however that
space will be usable for nothing else but the OS and a few
applications, but good if you like me newer use it except perhaps for
the occasional firmware upgrade.