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Re: fdisk implementation [read this before deciding what to do]

From: Bill Hacker <wbh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2009 02:58:36 +0800

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Jost Tobias Springenberg wrote:
> Is there any chance of this moving forward ?
> As mentioned in my previous  post I really need this feature :). If you
> need any help or the like I would be more than happy to help and get
> this project on track again!
> Otherwise I might go back to were I started off and finish a new fdisk
> with less features myself.
> Greetings,
> 	Tobi

I need it also - even my laptop has all four *BSD on one HDD. One of the 
towers has those four, plus Solaris, Slackware, Minix, Syllable...

However ... I don't code 'C', and ASM is probably not in your plans...

But I sure can *test* on a wide range of MB, controllers, media, and 
'foreign' OS disk layouts.

The 'feature' I need most is an fdisk (and a disklabel) that at least do 
not harm what they cannot understand.



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