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Re: combining linux partitions

At 05:30 PM 11/5/96 +0000, you wrote:
>I've recently installed Debian distribution.  I really like it, so 
>I'd like to get rid of my old slackware install, and make the 
>Slackware and Debian partition into one.  Is there a program out 
>there that would do it.  I have Partition Magic, but it refuses to 
>touch Linux partitions...
>Thanks for the help.


You could try md (multiple disk). This makes a virtual partition out of
many. It lets you do a linear combination or a RAID 0 striping. I've just
started using it and like it quite well. The kernel has support for it, if
you compile it in.


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