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installing Linux on existing drive

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Yes, but is cfdisk available during install. 
"Derek D. Martin" wrote:

> I like fdisk myself, but the interface does leave something to be
> desired.  But there is an alternative...
> Usually included wherever there is fdisk, is also cfdisk.  This is a
> really good, curses driven partition table manager, similar to Disk
> Druid only much more flexible.  Both are part of the util-linux
> package...  If your distro doesn't have it, you can get the latest
> here:
- -- 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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