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Re: Getting rid of /boot



On Sunday 06 December 2009, Marc Wilson wrote:
>On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 1:24 PM, Robert Nichols
>
><rnicholsNOSPAM comcast net> wrote:
>> This sounds like you've been doing your installs from a Live CD, where
>> your options are indeed quite limited.  The installation CD set or DVD
>> includes a perfectly good partitioning tool that allows you to set up
>> partitions and mount points pretty much any way you want, and also
>> allows you to switch to a text console and run 'fdisk' if you need to
>> rearrange an existing partitioning scheme.
>
>Exactly.  I've never seen any use at all for live CD's, I don't know
>what Fedora includes in one or even if they include any sort of
>partitioning tool at all.
>
Sorry, been using the dvd's now since about FC2.  And I have been bitching 
about the broken partitioning tools for at least that long.  This time I'm 
going to try the 64 bit versions since this box now has a 4 core phenom.

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