I'm in a bit of a jam about what to do here.. This is my exact situation:
At this point, I have a bunch of things that I do not want to loose.. I
have noone of it backed up.. I would *LIKE* to (But we would LIKE to do a lot
of things :-) ).. Anyway right now, I have Windows 95/DOS installed... I want
to switch to Linux..(RedHat) It would be NICE to kkep Win '95 around.. But I
don't really have to.. I have the following problem.. I have 2 hard drives..
the first one is a 1.2 gig partitioned like:
Drive 1 Primary Partition C: 250 Megs
Exteneded Partition E:-H: 250 Megs
then my 540 Meg is in one partition.. Drive D:..
I have over 200 megs free on the 540 and 400+ free on the 1.2.. I tried
using FIPS, but the version I got (very old) did not work with extended
partitions.. Are there any newer versions that work with them?? Any other
ways I can change my partitions.. Right now H: is completely empty.. I would
like to make that my Linux partition..
I have a lot of important, space conjsuming files on the 540... If I moved
everything off of there (which I don't much feel like doing, but I would),
could I make that a Linux partition? Any help with these damn extended
partitions would be appreciated! Thanks for listening! :-)