One thing I find annoying is that the parttions (with 6.2) are so small. I'd like to xfer some more linux utilities but despite having a 300G disk, the root is only 124MB, it does have 1/2-2/3 of that free, but still its mighty small. Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/hda4 124M 51M 67M 43% / /dev/hda9 124M 14M 103M 12% /var bash-2.02# I'd actually like to have a system that kept busybox for use by apps that are setup for it, but offered (at least more of) a full linux installation for me to use to poke around etc.. Busybox is an amazing chuk-o sw, but it does have quite a lot of limitations. I can imagine this could have been down when I (used instacake) to insall 6.2, but changing to bigger partitions now seems most difficult. But thought I'd ask anyway.