[conspire] Re: NTFS Resizing

Jose Sanchez jose_sanchez79 at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 27 21:10:28 PST 2003

--- Nick Jennings <nkj at namodn.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 02:38:11PM -0800, Jose
> Sanchez wrote:
> > Actually if you want the best of all worlds you
> can
> > try:
> > Yoper Linux
> > http://www.yoper.com
> > 
> > I (college student) personally am tired of using
> some
> > of these distros because they just make it too
> easy
> > for you to do anything which really takes the
> learning
> > experience away.
>  Well, I've been using Linux since 1997, so it's not
> about a learning 
>  for me, especially while at work and I need to get
> stuff done
>  and integrate easily and without hassle into the
> office network environment.
>  I have 5 or so servers here at work as well.
> Ranging from Fileservers, to 
>  Firewalls which run anything from Debian, to
> RedHat, to SourceMage. So I 
>  still get plenty of practice in - and I get paid
> for it too! :)
>  But I do agree with what you are saying. Someone
> who is new to linux and
>  actually WANTS to learn about linux might want to
> avoid the distro's that
>  try to hide everything.
> - Nick

I understand where you are coming from. I guess
whatever distro meets your needs is best for you. With
people wanting to try linux it is good to have tools
that let you resize your partitions (NTFS). I have
been running linux since 98, I still remember caldera
linux 2.3 with partition magic and lizard <sigh>.    

So I still get plenty of practice in - and I get paid
for it too! :)



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