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Originally Posted by Flatline If you want to do things the "safe" way, then I would back up the data from the FAT32 drive, then repartition that drive in the ...
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- 09-13-2005 #11
Originally Posted by Flatline
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- Sep 2005
Buy a DVD Burner (which I need to do anyway)
Backup the FAT32 Drive
After downloading the SuSe 9.3, burn the cds and run the installer.
It will choose the FAT32 Drive automatically?
create a swap partition the drive of about 900 mbs (512 ram) (i suppose its an option in the linux setup)
then create an actual partition (another option in the setup?) to move my storage stuff back to
is that what you are saying Please correct me if any part is wrong, I don't want to screw this up thanks
edit: another question...is SuSe linux a good linux OS to start with? I am not a complete newbie to computers and usage...but to linux I am...is SuSe a good place to start?
- 09-13-2005 #12Originally Posted by xAzraelx
and the Suse installer will take care of a lot of the stuff like partitioning and hardware setup.
Just look at the automatic proposal that Suse gives and make sure that it is what you want.
If you don't like any part of it, just click on it and change it.How to know if you are a geek.
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