[Wolves] Panasonic CF-19 ToughBook
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
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
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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