a question on disk druid
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- Subject: a question on disk druid
- From: Nicola Losito <nicola.losito@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 16:33:32 +0200
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Hi there ....
for the first time i've experienced an installation of Fedora on an old
machine with anoter version of linux installed on it.
I wanted to change the partion schema but I've found the possibilities given
by Diskdruid very poor in comparison to what Diskdrake from Mandriva gives.
I can understand that some stuff in the partion tool are way to important for
the Red Hat developement cycle, but I've found - very often - myself wondering
why some tools, which proves themselves valid, not "imported" in other distro.
sorry for my (bad) english and i hope you'll answer my curiosity (which does
*not* want to be a provocation or what's the word ... a sparkling flame ?)
Thanks for all the work !
Nicola -=KOOLINUS=- Losito
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