kassube at gmx.net
Sun May 10 18:19:30 UTC 2009
Steven Vollom wrote:
> From another adviser of the List, I have been told to change my
> partitions from currently primary boot partition, Extended partition
> containing 2 storage partitions plus the swap partition to four
> primary partitions. I am not sure how to do that without losing
Just don't do it, you don't gain anything but you may lose your data.
Seriously, I can't understand why people think that primary partitions
might be better than extended / logical partitions. Do they think they
are smarter than the Ubuntu developers who choose to setup an extended
partion during the installation?
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