[Ma-linux] Changing Size of Boot Partition
jhart at kevla.org
Sat Jan 12 14:38:08 EST 2008
I would use something to modify the size of your partitions, then install
opensuse. See if there is a Gpart boot disk.
Don't worry about formatting them, just create the partitions.
I've had to do this a number of times prior to installing OpenBSD.
> Jay, All,
> What I have is two DVDs with openSUSE 10.3 on them. I purchased same
> from Novell. If the first is some sort of live boot disk, then I could
> use that.
> On Sat, 2008-01-12 at 11:51 -0500, Jay Hart wrote:
>> Do you have the option of using a live boot disk to set your partitions up,
>> and then install 10.3?
>> > All,
>> > I've decided to upgrade my desktop OS from Suse Linux 10.2 to Suse Linux
>> > 10.3. After I started the process using the DVD, I got a message saying
>> > the size of my boot partition was too small -- 47 MB instead of at least
>> > 64. When I logged on as root and went to the Yast Administrator Expert
>> > Partitioner, the panel informed me that I could change anything but the
>> > start and size of the partition.
>> > What can I do at this point?
>> > Best,
>> > --
>> > Chuck Divine <chuck.divine at comcast.net>
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