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Andre Hedrick wrote:

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> They may be a way to test and create drive profiles that are stored and
> reloaded to the kernel that will add the missing supercharge on Andrea's
> elevator. Basically creating a physical LBA sector profile.
>
> Trust that this will be painful to create because this is the secret of
> the industry and I can not get access to it for Linux, even under
> full-disclosure NDA's.

Is this the kind of information required to build an application
like Partition Magic? It sure would be nice to have a native
version of Partition Magic or an Open Source work-alike.
Is anyone aware of a project to implement such an Open Source
alternative?

Thanks,
Miles
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