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Old 12-22-2002, 01:43 PM   #1
Registered: Dec 2002
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Question a multi compatible hard drive...


is there a way I can create a new partition or format my hard drive in a way that It can be used by linux ( hat 8.0 ) and windows xp ?

I have used xp extensivly and still love it, but want something more advanced, I chose linux. I dont know too much about the distro advantages and disadvantages, but I choose red hat 8.0 - if it sucks, please tell me !

also - is there any way I can get like a third paryty driver for my modem ( for linux ) there is no official driver, and I dont thingk linux will support it. Its the bt broadband modem, the green manta ray, or frog. made by alcatel.

thanks for all any any support.


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