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richdave2000
Titel: qparted and hdd  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 01:58 Uhr



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I wish to partition and install 64 bit Kanotix to hdd. The partition tab allows install to hda1, hda6. Hda is my PCLinuxOS install, so I don't want to lose that. Hdb is WinXP and hdc is my cd/dvd. Boots fine and everything seems to work as live CD. Would setting up hdd with cfdisk or sfdisk help? TIA
 
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kb0hae
Titel: RE: qparted and hdd  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 03:08 Uhr



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Hi. How many hard drives do you have? I am not sure if you want to add a hard drive, or add a partition to an existing hard drive.
 
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richdave2000
Titel: 3 hard drives  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 03:24 Uhr



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hda, hdb, and hdd. Hda has PCLinuxOS, hdb has WinXP, and hdd was my media storage, music, videos, etc. Moved all of that to the PCLinuxOS, hda. Qparted only offers the option, if I have it right, of formatting hda for install, which won't work for me. I need to install to hdd. Setting up the partitions is not the problem.....getting them on the right hard drive is. Can you help me out here?
 
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devil
Titel: 3 hard drives  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 06:17 Uhr
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you have to format it with a linux filesystem for the installer to be able to offer it a goal for an install.
i recommend cfdisk to do so and then mkreiserfs.

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Swynndla
Titel: RE: 3 hard drives  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 12:36 Uhr



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Yea, as devil says, cfdisk is the way to go.

Become root on a console by entering the command:
sux
... and then enter the command:
cfdisk /dev/hdd

... you can set type to 83 (Linux), and write you changes.

You should be doing this from the live cd btw.

Then do the command:
mkreiserfs /dev/hdd

(although I think the installer can format it for you anyway)

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richdave2000
Titel: Opens hdd for install, but  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 18:04 Uhr



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it apparently only allows 1 partition and installs to the whole partition. Or am I missing something? I would like a new /usr and /home partition, or at least a /home partition. Or will Kanotix use my existing /home partition on PCLinuxOS? This is probably easy for the power user or experienced Linux user. Sure wish I was one of those.
 
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Swynndla
Titel: RE: Opens hdd for install, but  BeitragVerfasst am: 01.08.2006, 21:19 Uhr



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Use cfdisk to create several partitions in /dev/hdd ... you can create a swap partition too if you'd like.

Have a look here:
http://kanotix.com/FAQ-id_cat-63.html#q418

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Titel: Re: Opens hdd for install, but  BeitragVerfasst am: 02.08.2006, 22:59 Uhr
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richdave2000 hat folgendes geschrieben::
it apparently only allows 1 partition and installs to the whole partition. Or am I missing something? I would like a new /usr and /home partition, or at least a /home partition. Or will Kanotix use my existing /home partition on PCLinuxOS? This is probably easy for the power user or experienced Linux user. Sure wish I was one of those.


Please read the cfdisk howto linked by Swynndla then you might want to read how to do a power user installation.

I'm just naturally distrustful of fancy GUI's that make things too complicated. Using cfdisk & editing the .knofig file works everytime.

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