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Red Hat 7.1 and reiserfs

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Hi There.  I am VERY new to linux.  I know very very little.  I want to get red hat 7.1 on my laptop but I want to user reiserfs.  Please explain in VERY clear detail how to accomplish this.  Presently my machine has a win2k partition but I have created space for a linux partition.  Please remember that I to get the points, you answer must be detailed to the last step.  I don't know how to compile or anything like that so if that is needed, you need to explain how to do that too.  Thanks.
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Ok. 1) Grab the reiserfs utils from the kernel web site. The Kernel supports reiserFS, but RedHat didn't include the reiserfs tools.

2) compile the tools :> Usually just executing the following will do it (change the filenames for the exact archive name for the reiserfs tools):
tar xvfj reiserfstools-1.0.tar.bz2 (for bz2 archive)
tar xvfz reiserfstools-1.0.tar.gz (for gz archive)
cd reiserfstools-1.0
./configure --prefix=/usr
make
make install
cd ..
rm -rf reiserfstools-1.0.tar.bz2

3) create the file system
mkreiserfs /dev/hdb5

4) edit your /etc/fstab, add a line like this one (this from MY Rh 7.1 box w/ reiserfs. Note it may wrap. The following should be all one line, ending with the 1 2):
/dev/sda1               /home                   reiserfs    defaults        1 2


5) mount -t reiserfs /dev/hdb5
6) You're done
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