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Old 05-30-2006, 10:35 PM   #1
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partioning unallocated space

How would one partion unallocated space on the h/d to fat32 in centos.
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Since you want Fat32, I assume you also have Windows installed. Why not just use that?
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I dont have Windows installed. I was just wanting to know how to partion any file system.
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fdisk, cfdisk, qparted, etc.
Just about any partitioning tool will make a FAT32 partition.

CentOS will have at least the first 2.
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man fdisk is a pretty handy read. i use fdisk works well...


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