#perwl <Dionysus> use gparted
<quincy23> yes, thats what i have done now, but i wonder, do i need os on that harddrive at all, or can i just have os on the other one and still access the files?
<Garfunkel> accessing files on a partition is OS independent
<quincy23> are you just trolling me?
<Garfunkel> that's the answer
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<Garfunkel> do you want me to fucking explain how computers work?
<Garfunkel> because I won't
<martian67> do it
<quincy23> thats not the answer to my question, i feel like you misunderstand it, even tho i typed it twice
<martian67> or slamm dies
<Garfunkel> you do not need an OS on a hdd to access the files on another partition
<slamm> OH FUCK
<slamm> DO IT
<slamm> Garfunkel, what is a kernel and how do i get to that rank of my computer???
<martian67> You have to promote a Major
<Dionysus> ^^ 8
<TwatBot> Sending to twitter!!
<Garfunkel> a kernel manages the memory, resources and operation of processes on a computer
<Garfunkel> the rank of your computer is the number after the 'i' in the name of your CPU
He actually did it.