> > Recently I discovered a nice little partitionmanager at the GNU- > > site, > > which even supports *non-destructive* resizing etc. of partitions > > (fat+ > > ext2)! > > Speaking of which, you OpenBFS guys (AxelD and BGA), do you have any > plans on making OpenBFS dynamically resizable, for cases like this? We have plans to do everything, but the first version is, essentially, a duplicate of BFS, so it won't have that nor any other extra-features. Also it hasn't been proved that BFS can't be dinamically resized. At least it is possible to do that if it would not mean changing the block size. It is only that no one coded a tool to do that yet. -Bruno -- Fortune Cookie Says: Real computer scientists only write specs for languages that might run on future hardware. Nobody trusts them to write specs for anything homo sapiens will ever be able to fit on a single planet.