I have a Toshiba A30 Laptop with a CD-ROM drive and no
floppy. What really sucks is that it runs Winxp using the
ntfs file system.
I have the Debian install CD-ROMS, but i want to know if
the Debian installer can handle partitioning an ntfs drive.
I have about 27 gig and would like to set aside 10 gig for
Linux. I can run the installer, but I'd like a dual boot
situation for a while until I see how to get everything I
need over to Debian. For example, the genealogy program.
I had a dual boot on a previous machine with win98 and had
no trouble with it. Now this ntfs garbage....
I would appreciate any help and I know about ntfsresize,
but it is not a Winxp pgm.
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