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Re: Windows98 and linux on one large disk



"Riddle, Eddie R." wrote:
> 
> Thomas or others,
> 
> Your suggestion sounds reasonable.  I've tried it and ...
> 
> OK, after using linux fdisk to create a FAT32 partition, Windows98 doesn't
> seem to "recognize" it.  Normally one would create a logical drive (with

Please send/post the partition table for this drive.
Use linux and do 'fdisk -l' or 'cfdisk -P s /dev/hda' as root.

> associated drive letter) using DOS fdisk and then format this.
> Am I missing
> something here; how do I assign a logical drive (letter) to this newly
> created partition so that Windows98 can recognize it to be formatted?

DOS/Windows assigns the letters at boot time.

	-Thomas



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