> I am not sure if someone has asked similar question earlier or such information
> is available elsewhere. I will appreciate any response from linux gurus.
> I am running both windows95 and linux from the same harddisk (different
> partitions of course). My systems performance seems to have been degraded in
> last few months. Part of the reason I suspect is the frequent insertions and
> deletion of lots of information.
> I would like to find out from the linux community if it is safe to use a disk
> defragmentation program meant for windows95. Will it*up linux partition
> as well (right now I don't have time to experiment and re-install linux again).
> Is there a good defragmentation program which can work both for linux and
> Thanks for response. It would be nice to hear a response posted on the net as
> -I. Ahmad
corrupting information on either my Linux partitions or its own. This
is not a testimony to the safety of using any product made by Microsoft.
"The POP3 server service depends on the SMTP server service, which
failed to start because of the following error:
The operation completed successfully." -Windows NT Server v3.51