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Old 07-23-2004, 09:11 PM   #1
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I have just entered YaST and chose to partition my hard disk. There are two identified ones, ...hda1 and ....hda2, which one to use, one uses FAT32 that stores Win and hda2 stores nothing(I see nothing) and uses nafs. But I suspect hda1 which occupies space 1-588 is the one I need, thus cannot partition. I think I should use hda2 but hda2 uses space 588-****** that exceeds the 1024 cylinder that Linux should be using.
What can I do?


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