09-07-2009, 11:39 PM
Rumors say that the 32G internal flash on the N900 is partitioned largely as FAT32. Can someone confirm or deny? Also, if I intend to use the N900 primarly as a Linux computer and not to store media, would it be possible to easily repartition the internal flash to be largely ext3 (leaving a relatively small FAT32 partition for media and other stuff that is needed for Maemo 5) without breaking the standard Maemo 5 install? Is there something in the design of Maemo 5 that would preclude this or make this difficult? Would it require doing much more than fdisk and mkfs?