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Oct 14, 2005 20:29:00
Is there a way to repartition an existing Windows ME partition to install Linux ?
Are there any tools that can be used for repartitioning ?
thanks in advance,
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Joined: Jul 08, 2003
Oct 14, 2005 21:20:00
can shrink existing FAT32 partitions, which is what you probably have. You'd have to boot a Linux "rescue CD" and run PartEd from there -- I think a suitable image comes with the PartEd distribution, or is available from the web site.
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It is sorta covered in the
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