Cloning a hard drive
I have the following drive configuration:
hda: Windows 2000 40G ATA
hdb: Mandrake 10.1 40G ATA
sda: Debian 160G SATA
sdb: not used (yet)
I need an ATA drive for another PC so, rather than buy one I would prefer to buy a SATA drive and transfer the Mandrake installation to it. Possible even transfer the Windows installation and gain a spare drive (which will soon be snapped up by another machine, no doubt).
Is there a way to transfer the Mandrake installation to the SATA drive while not using all of the drive. I don't need 160MB for the Mandrake installation, it's essentailly there to get me out of trouble if I mess up Debian. It is stable and I would prefer not to have to install from scratch.
Ideally I'd use 40GB or less for Mandrake, same for Windows (It's only there for AutoCAD, Access and testing purposes) and use the remaining 80 or more GB for things like backup, shared folders etc.
I've googled for this but didn't get quite what I wanted. Would Ghost do the job?