Format Hard Drive for Linux ONLY OS Install
How do I partition and format for a Linux only OS(no dual boot) Install?
On Sun, 01 Aug 2004 17:57:54 -0400, Windwood wrote:
> How do I partition and format for a Linux only OS(no dual boot) Install?
You can use fdisk.
See the Partition HOWTO for detailed information.
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I own a TIVO
i am constantly recording programs and then Erasing
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> was made for that
>...External hard drives and linux
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> I have 40GB HD, I installed RH Linux, I need to install Debian anb
> SuSE, How can I partition the current disk for two more flavors,
> appreciated for commands and help.
.... use the partitioning tools during the install
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