2011/4/11, Eric Auer:

> Finally about two other Zbigniew topics: You should not use 2 GB
> FAT16 partitions, those still have very large clusters. Better use
> FAT32 partitions of "only a few GB at most" if you want to have a
> system with small clusters. Of course the FAT might be bigger then.

Of course these are FAT32. I'm just saving space by keeping clusters
small - and since the DOS programs aren't that space-demanding, like
those for Windows, currently DOS partitions of 2 GB size suits my


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