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Old 05-20-2006, 01:41 AM   #1
sararowana
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how can i manage my hard disk


hello, im new here, i'm using mandrake linux for only a week.i know nothing on linux.what i want to know is ,how can i manage my hdd such windows have.u have the hdd icon then go to every files u want,or go to other partitions to distribute your files. i want to know if the any chance i can do that.tq
 
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