At 11:05 10/04/00 +0100, you wrote:
> I was wondering could you do weird stuff like change the partition table
>to say that the extended partition starts later, and that the first
>extended partition was actually a primary one..
I've had success* doing weird stuff like this. Take a note of the partition
sizes (in sectors), delete the old partitions and put it back together "by
hand" in some new configuration of primary/extended/logical partitions.
*YMMV. I nearly mangled my /usr partition by entering sizes in blocks
instead of sectors. It's working now...
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david /@/ fortytwo.8m.com
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