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Old 09-29-2004, 10:39 PM   #1
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Mandrake Move can't find partitions?

I partitioned my hard drive with two main linux partitions and two linux swap partitions, and successfully installed Debian Woody. I then attempted to install Mandrake Move (a live CD), but it claimed it could not find any partitions. Does anyone know what kind of partitions this particular version requires?

Also I am trying to install it with a 64 Mb RAM and it says it wants more than 128. Has anyone else succeeded in putting this live version onto a 64 RAM computer? If so, what is the secret? Is there a way to get it to use a swap file?


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