En réponse à Fred K Ollinger <follinge@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: > > If you're willing to play about with repartitioning your hard-disc (or > buying a > > small new one) you can install BeOS PE onto partitions by > > > > --Burning beos.img (? the 0.5 GB file) as an ISO image on NERO. > > --Boot off of the CD > > --Install BeOS off of that onto the virgin partition. > > > > Your BeOS system will be the same as before - but with several gigs of > room to > > play with. It's almost miraculous when it works. > > This assumes that you have windows. If you have any unix based system > do > this > > dd if=/dev/hda5 of=/dev/hda6 > > assuming that > > /dev/hda5 = old beos partition > /dev/hda6 = new beos partition > > Don't do this if you don't know what you are doing!! > Better use the installer... doing this only works when partitions are the same size, else copying from 500MB to 3 BG you'll end up loosing 2.5 GB of space, and still have a 500 MB filesystem. François.