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Date:      Tue, 18 Apr 1995 11:26:40 +0300
From:      tanel@juku.li.ttu.ee (Tanel Kuusk)
To:        questions@FreeBSD.org, ojeda@cs.ucdavis.edu
Subject:   Re: Ideal setup  with ....
Message-ID:  <9504180826.AA17029@juku.li.ttu.ee>

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> What would be an ideal configuration for a PC with 2 101MB HD, 4 MB RAM.  
> This will not be a multi-boot machine.  This will be a stand alone UNIX 
> machine i.e. what size should my partitions look like and my mountpoints 
> (on both drives).

You can use some generic setup, I think. /dev/?d0a is about 20MB, mounted to
/, dev/?d0b is 8-12MB, swap, /dev/?d0e is /usr, the rest of the first disk
and /dev/?d1a can be /whatever, the whole disk is ok. I think you can use
the GENERIC kernel also without problems, although it may be wise to recompile
it with unnecessary things commented out.

  Tanel




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