Re: cfdisk doesn't work with Windows 98 Long Disk Support?!
Duggan Dieterly <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> at this point, i'm considering installing red hat. i have to buddies who
> have very similar machines, and they installed red hat with no problem.
You could try to use Redhat's fdisk to partition your disk, then install
debian. I had similar problems, and I partition magic is the only program
I could find that creates partitions that *all* bs I installed can handle.
It is not cheap, but I find in the long run it pays off.
Just being paranoid does not mean they´re *not* out to get you...