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Old 06-09-2003, 03:19 AM   #1
joshbates
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Question Lots of questions


First....i am using xwindows.....i have 2 hard drives installed, 1st one is a ntfs/fat16 partion with windows and all my documents on it, the second is my linux partion. How can I sell all my documents in linux? and how do i set up in red hat 9, to allow me to choose what operating I want to boot?

My last question is how do I install a D-link DFE=530Tx netword card into linux if it is not on the list, please email me with some help, thanks Joshhttp://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/#
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