Could it be that SUSE has created a suspend to disk partition, in case you
want to put the system into hibernation. -- Just a guess.
Pada Kamis 18 November 2004 16:22, Brendan Kehoe menulis:
> On my blog at www.zen.org/~brendan/ I've got some of the details behind
> trying to get SuSE 9.2 Professional (sent by a friend) going on my laptop.
> The short of it is, the installation software seemed to create two
> partitions on the disk, one for the root partition and the other for /home.
> But after I had the system going, I realized that somehow the partition
> holding / was in fact not mounted---the larger partition apparently for
> /home did in fact have everything on it. That was the partition being used
> to boot.
>> I hadn't done anything odd, no weird choices, just telling it it's a New
> Installation. I figured I'll mess with it after I've got it going, having
> used SuSE 9.1 on it for a while.
>> Have any of you tried out 9.2 Professional and had it install without any
> Brendan Kehoe brendan at zen.org>>http://www.zen.org/~brendan/
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