[Wolves] Panasonic CF-19 ToughBook

John Alexander acontractornow at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Nov 18 10:07:43 UTC 2015

The most conservative method would be to  optimise the windows partition and use GParted or other tool de jour to resize the disc partition before installation
      From: Re-LoaD <reload at brum2600.net>
 To: Wolverhampton Linux User Group <wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk> 
 Sent: Tuesday, 17 November 2015, 17:06
 Subject: [Wolves] Panasonic CF-19 ToughBook
Hi All,
    I have a CF-19 as per subject.
I'd like to make this duel boot, I have installed Win 7 as Vista 
business was doing my tree in.. Yes I know this is a Linux group.. I use 
this little machine for ECU hacking on cars and the software is mainly 
windows based.

It occurred to me that this machine spends most of its time in the shed 
so I have fitted a cheap 120G SSD and now want a distro on it.

So my questions to you guys is this :-

What is the best method of resizing a partition these days.

What distro ? I use RedHat ES at work, CentOS on the Net and Ubuntu 
Server at home.. I'm not fused what but I am finding Ubuntu is getting a 
bit bloated and OSX like.. Oh yes I also use a mac..

As always comments and suggestions welcome.



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