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linux and hdd with bad sectors

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This question may be seen silly to you, but can i install linux redhat 5 on a hdd with some bad sectors (dos marked them as bad, but i don't know how linux will treat it).

Thanks Alot,
Avi
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Yes you can.
Use the fdisk when asked during installion.
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thanks.

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