Re: XWindows .deb package for debian gnu linux
>>>>> Paulo Gustavo Raymundo Silva writes:
Paulo> [...] I would like to know if is possible to transform the
Paulo> second DOS logical drive at the extended partition (E: 504Mb)
Paulo> in two new UNIX logical drives (e.g. 64 Mb & 440 Mb) at the
Paulo> same extended partition where previously there was a logial
Paulo> DOS drive (D: 1 Gb), at the same Western Digital EIDE HD with
Paulo> a previously defined DOS primary partition (C: 504 MB) with
Paulo> no data loss.If your answer is No, where can I encouter a DOS
Paulo> based program that modifies the partition table with no data
Paulo> loss at the partitons not modified (I my case, is necessary
Paulo> to delete drive E:, create two new Unix logical drives in
Paulo> this region and to keep unchanged The C: and D: partition
Paulo> information and disk structure).
You can use Linux fdisk or cfdisk to delete the old E partition and to
create two new partitions in its place. I've done this myself for
primary partitions, so I know it works there, but not for extended
partitions, so YMMV.
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