I'm using (Slakware) Linux 1.3.2/ (I think) on *samll* HD partition, about 37Mb, I
get about 4MB free disk space now :-(.
The only way to get X run on my system is to use a program like Double.
Or use my the BIG dos partition as a part of Linux harddrive (I can't change the
BUT there are two problems:
1. To use Double I have to recompile the kernel. I just can't do this, I'm running on
a small HD, remember??
2. I don't know how to mount/assign a dos drive as a part of linux, and I can't use
long file-names (No, I don't want to upgrade to the stupid Win95) ...
Just wonder if there are some peoples with pre-compiled linux kerenels, or at least
some one who can give some good advise....
My system configuration is like this:
12Mb-RAM, no swap file (guess why..), I'm using the <16MB limit in my kernel.
Linux on /dev/hda3, DOS on /dev/hda1, ATI IDE CDROM (Mitsumi,2x) on /dev/hdb.
Tutrtle Beach Torpez soundcard, emulating Soundblaster on 220/7/1 ( this is really
not that importatnt)
TCP/IP, SLIP, PPP etc (I really don't know if they are needed, my machine is not
connected anywhere & I have no modem)
If you have the binary file of the kernel, I can get it via ftp, you don't have to
(and please don't tell me to buy a new harddrive :-)
AOL?? No tanx!!!