> On Fri, 13 Mar 1998 22:25:38 GMT, Evan DiBiase
> >I tried to install RH5 into a dual-boot situation with Windows 98, and I had
> >pre-formatted the partitions with Partition Magic, and had them aranged just
> >right. So I boot up the Linux install off of the disks, select "Hard Disk"
> >for install method, and pick Disk Druid for my partitioning method. It tells
> >me that my Partiton Table is corrupted and that I have to initialize it,
> >which I don't especially want to do. Is there any other alternative?
> Yup: see what fdisk says instead. fdisk is more arcane, but more powerful
> than Disk Druid -- and may tell you a bit more.
> -- Charlie
I had the same message from Disk Druid, but I assumed that it
was because of my Ultra-ATA hard disk. Anyway, things worked
fine when I used fdisk. Obviously, Disk Druid needs some work.
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