On 01/25/2009 02:02 PM, Kirk wrote:
I'm coming in a bit late on this, but I would strongly suggest in your case to use virtualization. Let Fedora10 take up the entire system, then install one of the virtual machine managers (KVM/QEMU come with the distro), Sun's Virtualbox 2.1 http://www.virtualbox.org/ is also an excellent virtual machine manager, Xen works nicely and VMWare is the guy that started it all in Unix Space (although virtualization goes back at least to the 1960s). I've got KVM on my desktop with Windows Vista and Windows XP, and I've got Virtualbox 2.1 on my laptop with Windows XP. Certainly you can multi-boot, but managing this can be a pain.I'm currently running only Fedora10. I installed it a few months ago. I know very little about partitioning. I'd like to setup partitions so I can install windowsXP and Ubuntuto see what its like.The /dev/sda1 has the ext3 file system with 196.60 MiB (162.50 unused) and the /dev/sda2 with 232.69 GiB (all unused), is listed as unknown. Do I need to format an NTSF partition for windows, an ext2 for Ubuntu, and a Swap for the Linux programs? I suppose each is a separate operation? Is there any particular order? And what should the minimum size be for each partition. I've installed GParted, but am afraid I'll screw it up. I've been searching for answers in the forum & manuals but haven't been able to find what I need. Naturally, any links that would help me with this would also be appreciated.
-- Jerry Feldman <gaf blu org> Boston Linux and Unix PGP key id: 537C5846 PGP Key fingerprint: 3D1B 8377 A3C0 A5F2 ECBB CA3B 4607 4319 537C 5846
Description: OpenPGP digital signature