how to install
scott at eardown.com
Tue Nov 11 03:01:16 UTC 2003
When it comes to the fedora prompt, and says boot: - just hit enter, and
it will go through the setup asking about the mouse, etc. It will then
get you to a point where it asks if you want to manually setup your
partitions, or automatically. Choose manual, and you should be able to
see you existing Windoze partition. Usually allocate 100MB for the boot
partition, twice the memory that you have in swap space MB, and the rest
in the / partition...in the drive that you want to use. Check out redhat
for the install manuals for RedHat 9.
Hope this sheds some light.
On Mon, 2003-11-10 at 21:45, Neal Veen wrote:
> I have been a Windows guy my hole PC life and now I want to learn more OS's
> so I downloaded fedora to get a taste of it. Now that I have it downloaded
> and burnt to CD I did a shut down of the pc with CD one in and I got the the
> main menu and I am lost were to go from there. I want to install the OS on
> my E: drive and keep my Windows on my C drive.
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