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Date:      Tue, 26 Sep 2006 18:04:45 +0200 (CEST)
From:      Desmond Coughlan <>
To:        Jerry McAllister <>
Subject:   RE : Re: problem installing on i386
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No need to apologise (I should apologise for snipping everything to which I reply, but I'm using IE and it puts all those hypertext junkie things in...), as the mistake was mine.  You might have noticed that I listed two /etc slices ... in fact, one of them was supposed to read '/tmp'.
  I also screwed up the sizes, but I suppose that that isn't so important.....   
  Oh, and I forgot to include '/home'.
  There are undoubtedly some more errors... :)
  For info, just so you get an idea of what I want to do: we're trying to build a mail server for this non-profit organisation.  There are currently 120 persons who will have a mail account.  That number will grow to 200 at the most.  Then once that's up and running, I fancy giving them a forum space, along the lines of .. hum.. let me try to find a similar one on the Internet .... 
  Try this ...
  So on the second disk drive, which is around.. 20GB, IIRC, we want /mail, /sql and /forums, and maybe 512M of swap.  On the first, system files etc. and swap.  I used to tinker around with postgreSQL, so that'll be what we'll be using.
  How does that sound? 

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