Perhaps winblows use a weird partition scheme. Try using the text mode install and use theQuote:
> I bought a new hp 20 GB. Under Windows2000 I create two Fat32 partitions.
> These run without problems. Now I wanted to install SUSE Linux 6.4. There is
> still at the moment 10 GB unused. Thus I selected in the Yast the HDC, but
> me yast then none of the two partitions shows there on. Only 20 GB of Free
> Space. Why that?
> Can someone help me?
It could be the partitionner that you are using that doesn't see the partition.
If you can't do anything with it try partition magic to fix the partition or recreate good partitions.
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I need to have a dual-boot machine, where I can maintain two different
environments. On one hard drive I will boot into my business
environment. And then another environment for home/entertainment use
that the kids can use without endangering my work stuff. I have two
hard drives, and I want to set up each one with its own Windows 2000
I don't know how to properly configure a boot-loader to make it
possible to choose the environment at boot time.
Can/should I use LILO to do this? If so, what do I do? If not, what
should I use?