I installed Linux on to one main partition (and a swap).
I am now running low on disk space and am ready to convert one of
the other partitions to Linux (I have dual boot).
My question is, wheather it is possible to move a directory (/usr
or /usr/local) "on the fly" to the new partition, or would it
be better to reinstall? (I'll soon be upgrading to RH 6.1 anyway
so that would be a natural time to reinstall)
any advice apreciated
Bill Appelbe e-mail: bappelbe at iona.com
Product Development Tel. : + 353 1 637-2343
IONA Technologies USA : 1-800-orbix4u (toll free)
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Dublin 4, Ireland Web : http://www.iona.com
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