Question

Alexandra Zaharia f0rg3r at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 08:56:50 UTC 2008


On 3/2/08, (``-_-´´) -- Fernando <ubuntu at bugabundo.net> wrote:
> Alex, in today newer systems there is NO need to have boot on a different partition.

Indeed, since new BIOS-es don't have that problem anymore with
partitions larger than 137 GB; nevertheless, I was responding to
sombody who proposed a separate boot partition and a swap one that
would be primary in that scheme - the point of my post being to show
that there was no need for the _primary_ swap partition (it could very
well be a logical one). Still I notice there are some people who
prefer to keep /boot separate "just-in-case" something goes wrong with
other parts of their system, so they could always reuse /boot.

Alex.




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