Disk Druid - Fedora flame #1

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Tue Jan 18 07:28:04 UTC 2005

On Tuesday 18 January 2005 00:27, Matthew Miller wrote:
>On Mon, Jan 17, 2005 at 08:31:23PM -0600, Jeff Vian wrote:
>> On an unpartitioned disk it chooses where the partition goes.  If
>> there are more than one disk it by default chooses both (or all)
>> disks as the possible targets.  If you create say 5 partitons and
>> you build them in the order you want them placed IT chooses the
>> order (and drive) it feels is best for creating them.  So what you
>> thought was hda2 may actually become hdb3, etc.
>It's very easy to uncheck the disks where you don't want a given
> partition to end up. Or to force it to be a primary partition.
>It's also very easy to press ctrl-alt-f2 and get a shell; if that's
> not working, there's an X bug or something.

That doesn't work, or didn't work at FC3RC3, and I'm getting tired of 
repeating it.  All you get is a blank screen.  Whats so hard to 
understand about that?

>Matthew Miller           mattdm at mattdm.org       
> <http://www.mattdm.org/> Boston University Linux      ------>      
>          <http://linux.bu.edu/>

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