Hmm so this is just for your general information, and not for
anything specific? Okay, in that case you should also take a look at
qtparted, which has been described as a clone of partition magic.
If I had a Redhat/Fedora box, I could check but I'm running SuSE at
the minute, and its YAST, tool is particularly GUI Friendly, for
command line dislikers.
Check through /usr/bin, /bin, /usr/sbin, and /sbin to see if there is
anything there named disk-druid.
As for general graphical stuff, there is a page on linux.ie IIRC, that
lists general *nix equivlents for standard windows apps. Might come in
On Fri, 17 Dec 2004 07:54:45 +0000, Frank Murphy
<lists2004 at utvinternet.com> wrote:
> Rory Browne wrote:
> > what exactly do you want to do? The use of disk-druid should only be
> > considered when you have a specific purpose for it.
>> Rembering setup, it seems to handle, soft-raid, partitions etc..
> in a Graphical manner, & as someone who is trying to encourage more use
> of Linux.
>> To "people" who generally, don't realise, that there is an alternative
> to MS. The more visual I can present it, the better (for them & me)
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