Paul Kaplan pkaplan1 at
Sat Feb 4 02:59:01 UTC 2006

On Friday 03 February 2006 09:49, Malcolm Hunter wrote:
> On Friday 03 Feb 2006 14:43, Harry Vorstenbosch wrote:
> > You NEED to go through the partition menu in where I am sure you will
> > see all your partitions. And you have to understand that nothing happens
> > (goes wrong) as long as you press the final key to accomplish the
> > partitioning setting(s) the way YOU want.
> I have to admit it's not the best installation method I've seen. It even
> suggests it's going to write the partition table when I haven't made any
> changes.
> Regards,
> Malcolm

But in all the examples I've seen (including if there are existing 
partitions on the disk you will see them listed in the screen that appears 
immediately after you select "Manually edit partition table".  All I see is 
"IDE1 master (hda) 80Gb" entries below as in the example.  It's almost 
as if the kubuntu installer doesn't see reiserfs partitions.

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