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Old 12-14-2005, 02:05 PM   #1
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Having trouble getting Auditor to my HD...

Hello guys!

I am having a great deal of difficulty getting auditor to my HD. I have to HD's, and i partioned my free HD for auditor. I used the QTpartitioner, which came default with auditor. I know I partitioned correctly, but auditor for some reason does not seem to think so. I have ran this by a few NIX users already but everyone says it is correct, and they have no idea what the problem is. But this is what I got:

I am installing it on my 2nd drive (hdb). I have:

1. type: ext3 status: active size: 18gigs
2. type: linux-swap size 750megs
3. type:free active:hidden size: .49megs

I don't know what the problem is. I even tried installing a dif. partitioning software but it does not want to open up. I DL'ed it, and I click open, and it doesn't open. I dont know guys, please help me out!
Old 12-15-2005, 01:50 PM   #2
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auditor is a great system to use on a live CD

It is not a good system to use normally, its buggy, very hard to maintain (apt dies alot).

Keep Auditor to the CD, install a proper distribution on your box


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