[oclug] Disk re-partitionning software
fishern at ncf.ca
Mon Jun 9 23:55:18 EDT 2003
Too late tonight to play with partitioning tools but, Shad, you've convince me that I have no choice now but to try Debian. Now, if somebody can give as convincing an argument to try mandrake....
and then the other 100's of distributions out there.
Maybe next will be EduLinux (out of Sherbrooke U.)
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On Mon, 2003-06-09 at 22:02, Normand Fisher wrote:
> I've installed RH9 a few weeks ago and have been experimenting with it since. Many of you in OCLUG have shown a high level of interest in promoting the Debian distribution. I now have the CD's and I'd like to keep RH9 operational while I try Woody which means I have to re-partition the drive without actually deleting what's there.
> Is there something similar to Partition Magic where I can repartition the drive in a non-destructive manner?
> Someone as suggested FIPS but I suspect that there could be some more recent and possibly better tools out there.
> I know that the easy way out would be to remove RH9 and start with a clean disk but that would not be as much fun.
Shad Young <shad at ascendant.ca>
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