Getting a new laptop today at work with Win200 installed presumably with
NTFS. As they require that I maintain W2K for a few reasons, I want to
partition the disk to dual-boot "Mandrake 7.1 Complete", which I'm
picking up off someone later.
As I seriously doubt that even the latest incarnation of fips can split
NTFS partitions, can someone tell me if Mandrake 7.1 Complete (as
opposed to "Deluxe") comes with partition magic. I had heard somewhere
that it does, and also if it can work on W2k/NTFS?
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