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  1. splitting of harddisk partitions

    how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in linux
    not in dos(fips).
    any one a idea?

    thnks anyway
    volkman



  2. Re: splitting of harddisk partitions

    On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 14:32:19 +0100, volkman wrote:

    > how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in
    > linux not in dos(fips).
    > any one a idea?


    Use the tools on the CD found here; http://www.sysresccd.org/


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  3. Re: splitting of harddisk partitions

    volkman wrote:

    > how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in linux
    > not in dos(fips).



    .... gnu's parted
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    And hasn't been heard from since then.


  4. Re: splitting of harddisk partitions

    On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 14:32:19 +0100, volkman wrote:

    > how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in linux
    > not in dos(fips).
    > any one a idea?
    >
    > thnks anyway
    > volkman

    Have a look at partimage
    www.partimage.org

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  5. Re: splitting of harddisk partitions


    "volkman" wrote in message
    news:41d00edb$0$2028$6c56d894@feed0.news.be.easyne t.net...
    > how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in linux
    > not in dos(fips).
    > any one a idea?
    >
    > thnks anyway
    > volkman


    Some folks said "use parted". Be very careful of this, if there are any
    partitions from the Windows world or if you are using a slightly out of date
    parted and a new 2.6 kernel, there are some interesting bugs if you have
    more than 1024 cylinders on your hard drive. (Typically a drive of more than
    8 Gig).



  6. Re: splitting of harddisk partitions

    In article <41d00edb$0$2028$6c56d894@feed0.news.be.easynet.net>,
    "volkman" wrote:

    >how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in linux


    Just note that you cannot delete an existing primary partition and
    recreate it as a logical (part of an extended) partition, or vice versa,
    and expect its contents to remain intact.

    I know, I tried...

  7. Re: splitting of harddisk partitions

    thnks for info
    so than must i find other way for not lose the data


    "Lawrence DčOliveiro" wrote in message
    news:ldo-46233D.20471002012005@lust.ihug.co.nz...
    > In article <41d00edb$0$2028$6c56d894@feed0.news.be.easynet.net>,
    > "volkman" wrote:
    >
    >>how can i splitting of harddisk partitions without lose the data in linux

    >
    > Just note that you cannot delete an existing primary partition and
    > recreate it as a logical (part of an extended) partition, or vice versa,
    > and expect its contents to remain intact.
    >
    > I know, I tried...




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