Gayle Lee Fairless
fairless at ieee.org
Wed Jan 3 02:11:42 GMT 2007
> yes you can. it will walk you through the install process and if you
> are familiar with qtparted you will know what to do as far as
> selecting a partition. as for the smp kernels, i overlooked this
> during my install, but (k)ubuntu identifies it at as smp. so i'm not
> sure if they use separate kernels as i did not see any when i
> installed kubuntu.
> On 1/2/07, *Gayle Lee Fairless* <fairless at ieee.org
> <mailto:fairless at ieee.org>> wrote:
> Which kernels are smp? I have a Pentium 4 Prescott on a socket 478
> motherboard (ASUS). I have LiveCD's for both Dapper Drake 6.06
> LTS and
> Edgy 6.10. Can you choose which partition on which to
> install? (I have
> Windows XP Pro on the first partition.)
Although I have not used qtparted, it can't be too different from
cfdisk. I think it was cfdisk that I've used before. If I remember
correctly, the 250 GB Seagate has 3 big partitions and a small one or
two made for swap partitions. Two of the big ones were for Linux and
Windows. The third one was meant for a common data area.
Thanks for your reply!
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