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1. Disk Druid installs '/' to incorrect hard drive (Red Hat 6.1)
If anyone can shed any light on the following problem, I'd be very grateful.
My PC already has one hard drive installed - 13Gb with the following
partitions: 1Gb Win95 (FAT), 4Gb NT (NTFS), 2Gb extra (FAT). The
remaining space is unpartitioned. I want to install RH 6.1 on this
machine, but would like this on a separate drive (I don't really like
the idea of both Linux and various windows on the same drive). So, I
installed a 1Gb drive as the 2nd device on the primary IDE channel with
the intention on installing onto this. I will be using the NT boot
loader to manage the multiple boots.
However, attempting to use Disk Druid to partition this drive led to
rather infuriating problems - it would refuse the put the Linux '/' fs
on hdb (the 1Gb disk) and would insist on putting it on hda (the disk
with NT, etc. on it), this is regardless of what I made "allowable".
Eventually I thought I might as well just install Linux on my 13Gb disk
so went ahead and found I had rendered NT unbootable. I suspect that
Linux fiddling with the hda parition table confused NT into not finding
where it was installed at boot time. Anyway, I have fixed this now.
So, my real questions are:
Why won't Disk Druid partition '/' on hdb?
Is there something unacceptable about booting from a disk that isn't
first on a particular IDE channel?
How can I install Linux on hdb, whilst leaving hda untouched (I have a
lot of Visual C++ work there)?
Many thanks in advance for any help.
Division of Informatics
University of Edinburgh
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