On 10 Dec 2005, at 01:11, Michael Treacy wrote:
> The drive is a 30GB drive with approx 500M as a swap (/dev/hda1) and
> the rest as Linux (/dev/hda2).
>> It did find the previous partitions, but didn't ask me what I wanted
> to do - it just went ahead and used them.
You'll find if you do the install again and pay close attention to
exactly what the prompts are saying, you do get asked what to do.
Granted, if you pick the default choices all the way, it will use you
entire disk - but you are given plenty of warning about that.
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