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Old 03-16-2001, 10:25 AM   #1
vojm
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I recently installed redhat 7 on my PIII 500mhz but it doesn't seem to be detecting my hard drive space properly. I have a 20gb hard drive but when it finished installing, the "/" partition only had about 1.7gb (using the monitor applet to check this) So instead of having it automatically partion my harddrive i decided to do it manually setting the "/boot" partion to 20 and "swap" partion to 125 and "/" partition to use the remaining space. However the same problem occurs...got any ideas anyone?
 
  


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