Please help, newbie
Date: Sat, 25 Sep 2004 01:16:15 GMT
I loaded redhat linux on my H/D after fdisking ME off the thing. It loaded
perfectly but now I want to partition the drive (80Gigs) into four 10 Gig
partitions and put Win95 on one, red hat linux on another, mandrake on
another and leave the last one for later options.
I have the four CD;s that came with the book, (A Practical Guide to Red Hat
Linux -- Mark Sobell)
I have the Partition Magic Disk.
I feel like the sorcer's apprentice without a tail . . .
Thank you, George
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