greenwaldjared at gmail.com
Sat Sep 22 02:08:07 BST 2007
You may want to install windows first in that case. Otherwise you
will need to use the windows bootloader instead of grub.
On 9/21/07, Billie Walsh <bilwalsh at swbell.net> wrote:
> On 09/21/2007 ac wrote:
> > When you delete the freespire partition (the system partition and
> > also
> > probably the swap partition, probably at least two partitions)
> > then note the sizes of what you have - note the size of the windows
> > ntfs partition and note any other partitions - sometimes there is a
> > 50Mb or so partition near the start (fat 32 maybe) - to aid diagnosis
> > (from manufacturers such as Dell).
> > The reason to note sizes is that when you are answering questions in
> > the installer, or whatever, the sizes will help you to confirm your
> > thinking and identification of the partitions or space that you are
> > deciding about.
> I replaced the original drive with a blank 80G I partitioned into two
> 40G drives [ well as close as you can cause the "80" isn't really "80" -
> more like 79 something. ] As it turned out the Linux half turned out
> just a tiny bit larger.
> Billie Walsh
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