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LinuxNewbie.org: Creating Filesystems NHF

Jul 12, 2000, 13:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Danny)

[ Thanks to Sensei for this link. ]

"The two types of filesystems you will need to learn how to make in order to get your Linux multi-partition system up and running are: swap and ext2, like the ones we just made with fdisk."

"The command for this is mkswap. You have to be root to run this, of course. If you get a "command not found" error, then you need to enter the full path, which is: /sbin/mkswap "

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