Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 2706 from 2003/2/24
As long as you have SFS you can put it on the same drive partitioned sure.
I’m not really certain if I understand your point, but a word of caution here: The OS4 forked SFS may use the same name as SFS, but just like ”MUI” their version is not fully compatible. Do not use their FrankenSFS handler on your MorphOS partitions.
I doubt their would be an issue if the drive was set up a partitioned by MorphOS.
Even if the partition used by OS4 was altered.
In any case, I'll be using separate drives on any dual install, so its not really important for me, outside of being able to create partitions both OS' can read.
The important thing is that you *don’t access* your real SFS MorphOS partitions from OS4 with FrankenSFS handler, and vice versa. To be sure you never mix up, don’t even mount your OS4/FrankenSFS partitions in MorphOS, and don’t mount your MorphOS SFS partitions using FrankenSFS-handler in OS4. Keep’em invisible to each other, and keep’em separated! In other words: do *NOT* try to use SFS and FrankenSFS “to create partitions both OS' can read”.
MorphOS is Amiga done right!
MorphOS NG will be AROS done right!