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Re: New To Linux



On Sat, 2004-10-02 at 17:57, smiley wrote:

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> Hi all I am new to Linux and am hoping that somebody can help me with
> what may be a silly question 
> 
> I have installed fedora core 2 on an old Pentium P3 pc with 3 hard
> drives and 1 DVD-ROM drive and have got it setup fine except that I
> cannot get into my second and third HDDâs I can see them in hardware
> monitor and they are showing as free space but I just cannot do
> anything with them â what I want to do is use them for storage of
> files to share on a samba server setup i.e. hda Linux hdb and hdc
> storage space 
> 

You probably did not partition/format the drives.
Create the partitions, format them, mount them somewhere appropriate, 
Then set up samba to share them.


> Hope this all makes sense if not I will try to give more detail if
> somebody responds 
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks in advance
> 
>  
> 
> Karl Filby 
> 
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