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how do i uninstall my redhat linux 9.0 using PartitionMagic 8.0? I want to free up the space and then reinstall another distribution of Linux, probably SuSe cuz redhat is ...
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    uninstalling Redhat Linux 9.0 using PartitionMagic 8.0


    how do i uninstall my redhat linux 9.0 using PartitionMagic 8.0? I want to free up the space and then reinstall another distribution of Linux, probably SuSe cuz redhat is making me angry. Anyone have any ideas how i shoudl do this?

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    I'm not sure about Partition Magic, but SuSE will give an option to install over redhat for you.

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    sounds good but is suse still free? lol All i can find is some FTP DVD version and an evaluation version

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    The full cd versions of SuSE 9.2 are not free, there is the ftp dvd, and a eval dvd (which doesn't have all the packages). You can get suse 9.1 cd on a free download, and then upgrade to most of the 9.2 packages using YaST.

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    where can i get Suse 9.1 for free?

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    You can get it form this page (look at the last one on the list) http://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/9.1-personal-iso/

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