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Old 11-26-2011, 01:37 PM   #16
Registered: Oct 2007
Location: Stockholm Sweden
Distribution: Snow Puppy and Fluppy and Lupu frugal install
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Ooops I must have forgotten to give enough background info.
I do have dual boot on most of my computers but I have not
touched Ms Win since way back in winter or early spring here in
Europe. When I wanted to upgrade a Smartphone and the only way
was to do their .exe file that took care of the upgrade.

so I only do Puppy Linux 24/7 so most likely I can use Gparted
or something to name a partition the problem is that I stay away
from all such due to my short temper. I usually get messed up
or the computer get messed up by my too short span of attention.
Lack of patience.

So trust me I will do Arch next time I am into Grub2 or something.

Just now all my computers are grub4dos on NTFS whicht will not work with Arch.

As I said. I very much appreciate that you cared.


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