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I have used fdisk command in windows environment.Just insert a bootable cd having fdisk into cdroom and start hard disk partitioning.
I have been working in red hat/fedora Linux since many months.I always use gui interface to do my hard disk partition. Well i am eager to learn Fdisk under Linux. How can I use it ,Its method to create a a fdisk cd or it is in the 1st cd of the operating system ?
please guide me about it
thanks for the prompt reply.Well i have used this command and it show the partitions. Fdisk is a command or Disk utility to create new partitions ? For example i want to install Fedora 10 in my pc and I want make partitions of hard disk. Will his will help for creating partition of hard disk or it is always batter to use GUI partition interface ?