PNP hardware and dual boot machine.
1) Another tool for disk partition management is
parted - The GNU Parted disk partition resizing program.
I am not sure how GUI it is.
2) I believe that for a MS-Win and Linux dual boot machine you might want to
look at the isapnptools deb. Suppose to let you use your PNP hardware without
interfering MS-Win hardware management when it is booted. There is also a new
kernel option for PNP which I have not explored. Any hints?
> The easiest (best?) way to get some hardware working under Linux is to
> disable the Plug-n-Play features it may have. This makes it a royal pain
> to keep those hardware components working under the Win9x side of your
> computer. Making Linux do PnP or making Windows _not_ need PnP is one of
> those annoying things that dual-boot people just have to deal with. This
> is probably only a problem is you have ISA cards.
> Make sure to check out the hardware HOWTO before you get started to see if
> there is any hardware you have that will require disabling PnP so you can
> do so and get it working again under Windows before getting halfway in and
> being annoyed. :)
> --adam b.
> On Sat, 22 Jul 2000, Ethan Pierce wrote:
> > David, you certainly can. You will need to establish some linux
> > partions...many on this list prefer fips utility, but I like partition magic
> > for dos...its graphical and you can get a good feel for the disk layout.
> > -Ethan
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> > > I'm real interested in downloading and running Debian, but I have win 95
> > > on my machine now, can I leave win 95 on there and use debian too or?
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