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installing Linux on existing drive

On Sat, 2002-06-29 at 15:49, Paul Iadonisi wrote:


> you pick Disk Druid and leave the 'Review partitioning' (or whatever),
> you can do just about whatever you want with the partition table.


Slight correction.  You get the 'Review' option when selecting automatic
partitioning.  So even with that option, you get to customize.  The Disk
Druid selection will let you customize from scratch.

-Paul Iadonisi
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