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    Talking XP/Linux

    Hello,

    Two weeks ago I loaded linux over windows and it wiped windows out after a week of fiddling around I got XP up and running.Now I want to open a new logical drive to load linux into.When I look at my hard drive I see a NTFS partion with windows loaded and a logical drive labeled (F) as a FAT32 partion is this correct? If so How do I load linux in this space.

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    LaRue

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    i can help lol what size hd do you have? i personally had a 30 gb hd it was my notebook, i just used partition magic cut my drives into 3 peices, 1 partition for windows ntfs, one linux ext 2, and one linux swap which is usally takes 1,2, gigs,


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    Smile Thank You

    Thanks Shadow,I have a 30gb hard drive,toshiba

    LaRue

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    Great that you got it sorted
    But Im just curious as to why this is in the "media and entertainment" section...lol.
    Although, I guess technically it is both

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    good catch zen took care of it for ya.



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    But Im just curious as to why this is in the "media and entertainment" section...lol.
    Perhaps it is for the EggSperts who have fun at our funny situations

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