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2 days ago I bought SUSE LInux installed it and had a lot of problems being that I am newb... even the install didnt work out properly... i returned SUSE and now i just bought Red Hat Linux 8.0... before installing Redhat... how would I go about deleting the Suse... currently I am running Win XP so i want to dual boot... i also want to get rid of that Lilo thing that shows up when i turn my system on asking me which OS i would like to load up... Ill install the new one that comes with Redhat... but how do i get rid of suse and all...
Basically just start the install of Redhat and you can just reformat the existing partitions Suse created when it was installed, also if you install either Lilo or Grub during the Redhat install, that will get overwritten as well.