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installing Linux on existing drive

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I agree with Dave. Since I use SuSE, I do like SuSE's partitioner, but it 
is simply a layer on fdisk.
David Kramer wrote:

> Technically it was a design limitation, not a bug.  There was n bytes 
> alloted for sector numbers in a table.

> Disk Druid is frelling dren.  Forget it.  It's one step away from M$FT 
> software, as it makes all the decisions for you, and you cannot change 
> them.  Use fdisk, and ask for help if you need it.
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Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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