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Is it possible to create a linux (ext-3/reiser fs preferably) partition in winodws? Are there any programs that will do this?
I need this cos atm, linux is not picking up raid controller, but i NEED it to be in linux format for when migrating to another (linux) computer....
Cheers for any help guys
Well, the controller card is rather cheap, but it claimed that it supported linux... Kudzu hasn't even picked it up though! It's a EIO DM-8401R (made by innovision) I've looked on their site but haven't found any drivers
noooooooooo, it's not to install linux onto it. That's already been done and perfected... I need it to put in a server (basically a file server - 240GB) but i don't want it in FAT32 as it isn't a journaling fs, and linux is still dodgey with NTFS.... I need to make this partition so tht i can move all my stuff onto the 240GB cos atm, all my other hdds are full (3x 40)
Partition magic 8 has native support to create linux file partitions... I believe it can create ext1 file type partitions... which can easily be converted later... you'll have to find the partition magic documentation on their web site...