Hi There All,
My linux installation has been working fine for about 6 months now,
but now I want to resize my windows 95 partition for another
operating system to fit in.
At the moment my system is physically defined as follows
2 meg OS/2 Boot manager
900 meg Windows 95
600 meg Linux.
30 meg Linux swap.
(all located on the one disk ~1.6gig)
I want to resize my Windows 95 partition to about 450 meg which will
create another 450 partition inbetween Windows and Linux.
The problem is last time I did this bad things happened as partition
numbers changed. For example, Linux initally didn't boot as the scripts
where configured to mount /dev/hda2 as linux root filesystem and it
had changed to dev/hda3, and the kernel had to be recompiled.. etc..
Does anyone know how to get around this problem - or know what bits
I should change, etc so that it works, or is it just too hard and
should I re install ??
Thanks for your time
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