what exactly do you want to do? The use of disk-druid should only be
considered when you have a specific purpose for it.
I haven't used disk-druid in years(at least two), so I don't know what
it is capable of currently, but I'd also keep an eye on cfdisk, and
parted, depending of course on what you want to do with it.
On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 07:26:31 +0000, Frank Murphy
<lists2004 at utvinternet.com> wrote:
> Is it possible to invoke disk-druid on a running system,
> couldn't find anything useful on Google.
>> Or a similar util., besides fdisk.
>> Seems such a handy tool not to be useful after setup.
> Checked the FC3 CDs' & system, found various druids, no disk.
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