On Mon, Dec 10, 2001 at 07:27:09PM +1030, Greg Lehey wrote:
> suggests, that this is a fixable bug, but every time I mention it, I
> get shouted down. And yes, like Jörg, I don't care enough. I'm not
> saying "ditch the Microsoft partition table", I'm saying "don't ditch
> disks without the Microsoft partition table". Note also that,
> although this is so "dangerous", it has never bitten me on any system.
So far I had no problems with dangerously dedicated mode. As I usually
use FreeBSD on dedicated server hardware, I prefer the "dangerously"
=> Add me to the list of people who'd like the "dangerously dedicated"
option to stay in.
> What is it about this particular topic brings out such irrational
> emotions in you and others?
On my part I am very calm (for now). I see it this way: on FreeBSD I
can choose if I want to use M$ partition table or not. This is what
I call freedom of choice, and I don't want to loose it, if there are
no substantial reasons to do so.
Currently I don't see any.
Just my two Pfennigs (soon only 1 Eurocent)
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