converting a floppy disk layout to partition layout

Norbert Preining preining at
Mon Apr 11 14:34:09 UTC 2005

On Mon, 11 Apr 2005, Theodore Ts'o wrote:
> Theoretically?   Yes.
> Is it going to be easy?  Unfortunatly, no one has written a tool to do

> way to do this is to buy or borrow a disk (disks are cheap!), and then

Ok. This is what I wanted to know. I thought exactely the same about how
I have to proceed (I even have started to write down all the necessary
information), but then, I couldn't find a tool for moving a file system
to the back with changing the start cylindern. And no, I wont write one

Thanks a lot for the hints, I will now try to borrow a disk!

Best wishes


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