You need to have a physical extended partition in the first place then
once you have that, you need to create partitions with in that
After you allocate space in terms of partitions, create a file-system
on that. Probably using mkfs..
Then you can mount it just like any other partition.
"Linux" doesn't need any special commands to mount extended
# mount -t type /path/to/devicefile /path/to/mountpoint
And yeah, you need to be root to execute the above command, unless you
have entries in /etc/fstab that specifies otherwise.
konjeti sreeram <sreeramat2000@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
I am sreeram.I installed Fedora in my computer.
I allocated 5 G.B space to that Linux O.S.Now
i want to add another partition to linux as
extended partition.I have 4 G.B FAT32 partition
is there.How can allocate this partition to linux
extended partition .I used fdisk -t command.
But it showing kernal will not supportto
this option.How can i allocate linux extended
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