I have a little problem to solve:
My new computer (Pentium II 450 MHz, 256 MByte RAM, 9 GByte SCSI-HDD,
SCSI-DVD, SCSI-CD-ROM, ELSA Erazor II 16 MByte AGP, Samsung 1000p 21"
JAZ 2 GByte SCSI ext., Fritz-Card ISDN PCI, Modem 56k ext., Soundblaster
comes with Windows NT Workstation 4.0 (probably under NTFS-Filesystem).
I have to use a lot of occupational programs running only with other
systems (OS) namely: DOS 6.22 + WfW 3.11, Win 98.
And for my pleasure I'll try to install Linux (SuSE 6.0) in addition.
WfW-programs and DOS-programs should run with VFAT 16 (all in all 500
Win 98-programs should run with VFAT 16 or FAT 32 (all in all 1000
Win NT-programs should run with NTFS and/or FAT 16 (all in all 4000
Linux should run with ext2 (I think about 1000 MByte).
The remainder of the HDD should be reserved for later.
Some programs (like MS Office Prof.) will be used under two or more OS.
How should I install the 4 operating programs and how should I
the HDD (I have PartitionMagic 4.0)?
Can I install programs to run under two or more OS first under one of
(e.g. Win 98) and than under one of the others (e.g. Win NT) with the
destination place on the same partition to save place?
I would be grateful for proposals easy to comprehend.
I look forward to hearing from you and thanks for thinking about my
Dr. Friedrich Hoeglmeier
Dr.-Karl-Lexer-Weg B 300
86633 Neuburg a.d. Donau - Germany
Tel. +49-8431-49220, Fax -48492