Linux put the swap partition on my second HD. Don't want it there.
When I installed linux, I chose "automatic partitioning". So linux went out to my slave HD, created a swap partition and wiped out the partition that I had been using to backup my linux stuff.
I made space, using System Commander, on my Master HD for the swap partiton (517M), and it is sitting there, empty.
I would like to delete the swap partition that is on my slave drive, and set one up on my master to take its place.
I can use System Commander to erase the partition on my slave drive and I can format the partition on my master drive as "linux swap". But I suspect it is not that simple. How do I do this without totally screwing my system up? Do I have to tell linux something, somewhere, so that it looks for the "linux swap" partition not on the slave, but on the master drive now?