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I'm trying to use GParted to partition my HDD... problem is it won't let me use the "manage flags" option correctly. I can select "root" or "swap", but when I ...
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    GParted problems


    I'm trying to use GParted to partition my HDD... problem is it won't let me use the "manage flags" option correctly. I can select "root" or "swap", but when I click "boot" it won't select it.

    Any ideas? I can't get puppy to recognize any partitions

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    Open Terminal in GParted and execute fdisk -l command. Post device names ( /dev/sda1, sda2 etc. ) of all partitions.
    It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.
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