I gave my entire laptop's hard drive to FreeBSD, but I am beginning to have second thoughts - a lot of my devices don't work. I think I might try dual booting FreeBSD and, say, Gentoo. So this will probably work, because I'm only using a small portion of the disk at present:
17 root # df -m Filesystem 1M-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s1a 247 123 104 54% / devfs 0 0 0 100% /dev /dev/ad0s1g 8931 0 8216 0% /home /dev/ad0s1e 989 0 910 0% /tmp /dev/ad0s1f 24790 3621 19186 16% /usr /dev/ad0s1d 989 37 872 4% /var
What is a good way to make space on my disk? If I just repartition /usr and /home, I'll probably screw them up. So if I tar up each of the partitions, and maybe etc and some other junk as well, and then:
1. Reformat and reinstall. Put on Gentoo and BSD. 2. Go into the BSD slice and nuke everything, then unpack my tarballs.
do I have a good chance of everything working right?
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