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    Will the Fedora installation create a partition for me??

    or should I partition my hard drive first..and what file system should I do it???

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    Feb 2005
    you can create partition during install with fedora. if your windows drive is ntfs, be sure to defragment it a few times before running any resizing tool on it.

    If you don't feel comfortable with Fedora's partitioning tool, download a live cd such as Knoppix, run qtparted and use this to partition your drive. For linux, it is best to either leave it unformatted so that fedora installer can pick it up, or to format it as either ext2 or ext3.
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