Fedora core 3 / XP dual boot
Dave.Irving at logicacmg.com
Sun Mar 13 11:32:34 UTC 2005
> Hi Dave,
> Start with defragmenting your xp-drive so you have enough free space
> your drive and everything can happen non-destructive.
Ok... That's in progress now....
> I would resize the xp-drive pre-install with qtparted on the system
> (http://www.sysresccd.org/), because fedora cant't do this on its own
(or not that I
> know). This gives you the free space for fedora.
Just checked that site and it's a linux tool right? So do I just burn it
on to CD and boot my XP box from it?
> After that start the fedora install, which will allow you to do futher
> of your fedora installation.
What further partitioning do I need to do? (Sorry - I've never dual
booted a box before - so Im not sure what partitions I'd actually
I appreciate the help Bart!
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