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I am running Fedora 8 on a HDX9004TX note book and it has a recovery partition. I was wondering if there is a way for the recovery partition not to ...
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    How do I hide a hard drive partition?


    I am running Fedora 8 on a HDX9004TX note book and it has a recovery partition. I was wondering if there is a way for the recovery partition not to be visible in Linux.

    Also I mounted another drive (partition) previously and it kept the authentication, how do I make it drop the authentication for drives so again asks.

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    This has already answered in what looks to be your duplicate thread ... here.

    Can you take a quick look here.

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    Hi vn-bil !

    Duplicate threads/posts are not allowed here. Its against Forum Rules. Please continue in other thread of yours. Check the link posted by Jonathan183.
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