On Thu, 2007-04-05 at 08:32 +0530, Kushal Kumaran wrote: > On 4/5/07, S. M. Ibrahim (Lavlu) <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > On 4/4/07, Johannes Wiedersich > > <email@example.com> wrote: > > > If you have enough disk space to accomodate your data *without* > > > compression you could do the following: > > > > > > - boot a 'rescue system' (I recommend knoppix) from CD or usb > > > - mount both your partition and the one with the free space > > > - rsync -avx your data to the free space > > > - reformat your partition to ext3 (all data will be lost, so make sure > > > you have good backups!) > > > - rsync all your data back to the new ext3-partition > > > - adjust your /etc/fstab (replace reiserfs by ext3) > > > - cross your fingers and reboot > > > > OK, but if copy the file to fat32 partion, any problem ? > > > > You'll lose the permission bits and owner/group, etc. (Maybe even > filename case, but I'm not sure). Use tar if all you have is fat32. Note too that FAT32 maximum file size is 4GB.
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