Conventionally, Work: is not a bootable partition, but a partition for third-party applications and data or whatever, i.e. anything but the installed OS itself. The system partition is conventionally called System: or Workbench: or similar names.Slayer wrote:I have to say the labels of all your 3 partitions are very confusing since, boot, system and work can all refer to the actual booting WORK: or SYS: partition.
Didn't mean to start an argument or anything. I was just a bit confused by your post seemingly referring to the boot partition as WORK: and wanted to make sure any new users didn't get the idea that this is "normal", at least not without seeing other schemes suggested.Slayer wrote:dont make me come down there nbache
Yes, I assumed as much. But again, new users could get the idea that using SYS: as a name would be a good idea.Ive never labelled any device SYS either
when I said SYS: in my initial post it was
a loose reference to whatever you called
your system partition because it would
still be assigned SYS.
Always a good idea on a support forum .Got to be more concise when handling
information, so many eyes scrutinising
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