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anyone have a freebsd disk that they will pass on? If so for how many points. Also can you install freebsd on a fat32 partion.
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You can get a copy at http://www.linuxmall.com for like $3.99 on cd. And I dont think that it will install on a fat 32 partition unless you have a patch in which you would have to boot.
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Can you install linux a on a fat32? If so how? If you answer this part I will give you an A rating an increass the points.
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I don't think you can install Linux in Fat32, it should be install in a seperate parition. What are you trying to do?? Are you trying to access the Linux Parition from Win95/NT?? If so, you can use a program called SAMBA in Liunx which will let you browser the Linux machine as another workstation on the network in the Network Neighbor.
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