Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Shiver Me Timbers!


Monday, September 11, 2006

apt-get moo

$ apt-get moo

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...."Have you mooed today?"...

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Partitioning USB Drive from Linux

USB drive is indeed can be partitioned.
What you need to do is:
1. Unmount USB drive,
2. Disable auto-mounting
3. gparted /dev/sda

As I haven't been able to tame the automounting feature of Kubuntu, I used
Gparted-Live and partitioned from there. When I partitioned my USB drive in
Kubuntu, it persistently automounted the first partition (sda1) after it had
been created, even the whole partitioning process hadn't been finished yet.

Thus, it's the value of having a pocket-CD of Gparted-Live everywhere you go.

Now I have a 128MiB USB pen-drive partitioned into 80s MiB FAT16 and 30s MiB EXT2


250 GiB USB Harddrive partitioned into 40s GiB FAT32, and two 100s GiB EXT3

Now ... I am backing-up everything :-D