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Re: Re: resizine HFS

From: Daniel Cabezas
Subject: Re: Re: resizine HFS
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 00:43:57 +0100


I´ve just downloaded Lido , uncompressed it in Basilisk II emulator, but no 
good news, there isn´t any code :(
Personally, I would find very usefulparted ability to resize hfs and/or hfs+, 
because of the increasing community of Linux mac users (Linux would become an 
even more ireesistible Mac OS-killer). See you,

Daniel Cabezas

-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew Clausen <address@hidden>
To: Lo'oRiS il Kabukimono <address@hidden>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 10:20:53 +1100
Subject: Re: resizine HFS

On Wed, Dec 18, 2002 at 12:04:28AM +0100, Lo'oRiS il Kabukimono wrote:
> > I think HFS support would be really cool... but HFS+ support is more
> > important.
> well, moving the start of an ext? partition would be cooler... but too
> boring to implement :)

I think this idea should solve that problem (part 2):


The main reason I'm not working on the ext2 code is I there's no
community behind it.  It would be best to use e2fsprogs instead.
Unfortunately, Ted T'so (the e2fsprogs maintainer) doesn't like
the idea of making e2fsprogs code re-usable.  Maybe I should send
some patches, and see what happens...


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