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24015Re: [linux-dell-laptops] Resizing partitions

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  • Douglas S. Oliver
    May 3 5:22 PM
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      So, if I understand you correctly, you would like to boot from a floppy
      or cd and partition from there? I have the i8600 and used Partition
      Commander. I used to use an older copy of Partition Magic that ran
      really well from floppy. Partition Commander handles ext3, which is
      nice. A newer version of Partition Magic probably does also. I prefer
      Partition Commander. I made my choice by comparing PM and PC online. I
      kind of wanted to try something new, and since I use V-com's
      SystemSuite, PC was a good choice for me. I have to dual boot because I
      have a computer repair and consulting business in which I often need to
      talk clients through things in windows. All of my normal work, however,
      is done in linux. I recommend comparing things online. -- d

      On Mon, 2004-05-03 at 11:09, Brian Kurle wrote:
      > I've been following the merging thread and would be curious which
      > product is better for resizing an XP partition to make room for Linux.
      > I ordered an Inspiron 8600 which is coming with Windoze XP. But I
      > don't want to dump it right away (well, I really do, but depending
      > upon contract jobs may have to put it back). Moreover, I don't want
      > to even touch the XP partition (that is, accept the license and
      > complete the setup) if I can help it.
      > So, what product would you recommend to resize the partition without
      > actually have to install anything to do so?
      > brian
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