If the E or F drive is free, you can dedicate that partition to MDK and you
can install without distrubing windows. No need for FAT 32 format
installation.During MDK installation point to that drive having free space
(E or F) and choose "Auto allocate" . You are done. It will not disturb
windows unless otherwise you choose that partition. It will use ext3 format
N S Srikanth
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dhanagopal Rengasamy" <dhanagopal_r@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 5:09 PM
Subject: [Ilugc] Insatalling MDK 9 in Windows partition
I'm having Windows 98 SE in my sytem with dual booting options
C - 5GB
D - 5 GB (RH Linux -7.2)
E - 15 GB
G - 15 GB
I would like to go for Mandrake 9.0 linux for windows without disturbing
As per thier insturctions, Mandrake linux fow windows can be installed in
window partition in a separate folder.
Is it possible to install MDK without losing any data in my E or F
partition? if it is installed
in windows, will it use FAT-32 or ext.3 File system?
Thanking you in advance
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