do the minimal install, thatll give u the bare minimum system usage, even
after you do a Samba port, as long as you dont install X you'll have a lot
of space left. If you really want to get every drop of disk u can, perhaps
when doing fdisk do just a swap partition and a / partition.

    Bri

----- Original Message -----
From: "Shawn Henderson" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Saturday, January 11, 2003 10:40 PM
Subject: Small Hdd


> I have a 486 that I would like to run as a file server. I have installed
> fbsd but the harddirve is only 800 mb. I really would rather not change
it.
> Not much will be stored on there but none the less would like to have it.
Is
> there a way to use the current hdd would like to have ssh and samba
running
> and the most space I can get for files..any Ideas
> Thanks
>
>
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