Okay, a lot of people hate windows these days, few can say why.
A have quite a few reasons to do so. Especially, since quite a few retarted developers write software that I _have_ to use, to get some the work done, I eventually have to boot it, and, even, work in it. Luckily, thanks to the fact emacs feels nicely even there, that’s not big deal … But the tale is about how I wasted a whole evening trying to move a windows installations from one hdd to another. If in case of *NIX that takes a few minutes and a few config files to edit, here… Well, it’s a different reality.
So, my setup:
Old hdd, now in a usb-hdd enclosure:
/dev/sdс1 – / of the installed linux (Agilia)
/dev/sdc2 – swap
/dev/sdc3 – A temporary field for experiments with moblin/android x86/etc
/dev/sdc4 – WinXP
On the new drive, now fitted into my asus n10j the table was as follows:
/dev/sda1 – A spare place for Windoze
/dev/sda2 – / of Arch Linux
/dev/sda3 – swap