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Old 07-02-2005, 10:54 PM   #1
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Logical Volume Manager at installation

Ok, when I ran Fedora Core, it would automatically use both my PATA and SATA drive together. The first partition on the PATA was /boot, another section was for swap, and the last was for /. I can't remember exactly how it was set up, and I'd like the same scheme for Suse. This is the only way I can really use my SATA in Linux...


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