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Hello I am using a Redhat Enterprise Linux AS 3 and I am searching a way to launch the disk partitioning utility "Disk Druid" by the command line. parted and ...
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    Launching DiskDruid by command line ?


    Hello

    I am using a Redhat Enterprise Linux AS 3 and I am searching a way to launch the disk partitioning utility "Disk Druid" by the command line.

    parted and fdisk are ok but text-based.

    Or is DiskDruid only available at the install process ?

    Impossible to find the information in RedHat Documentation.

    Thanks you in advance.

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    AFAIK, disk druid is a part of the RH installation program, only accessible from the installation. You can try cfdisk, which is a curses-based fdisk utility.
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