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Re: can?t use FIPS on windows 95

See http://www-plateau.cs.berkeley.edu/people/chaffee/fat32.html

This should answer all your questions and includes a link to a new version
of fips which has limited support for FAT32 (w/o LBA).

On Sat, 27 Dec 1997, Jes?s Antonio Santgos Giraldo wrote:

> Hiya all!
> I´m new to the list, and of course I have some questions.
> 1) There is no UMSDOS for debian isn´t it?

Friends don't let friends use UMSDOS

> 2) I bought my computer and it comes preinstalled with windows 95, so
>    all of the hard disk is in one single partion.
>    Reading the files that come with the debian distribution I read that
>    I could use fips, but unfortunatly when I run it it stops with an 
> error:
>    that the partiosn is OBh or something...
>    I suposse, as I read further, fips only can do partitions on msdos 
> file
>    systems, and I have a pure windows 95 FAT32...
>    So the question is:
>    How can I shrink my only one partition ! even if it is a windows 95 
> one.

Bob Nielsen                 Internet: nielsen@primenet.com
Tucson, AZ                  AMPRnet:  w6swe@01.w6swe.ampr.org

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