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How can we edit the disk partitions in  (Corel)Linux?
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Hi,

          I think that "fdisk" shoud do it.

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and how can i see an actual list of all the partitions on a machine?

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Hi,

      run
fdisk /dev/hda
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fdisk /dev/hdb for (E)IDE drives

fdisk /dev/sda
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fdisk /dev/sdb for SCSI dirves

and then choose from fdisk menu the option "p" to print
all partitions on your disk.

To see all the mounted disk(or network) partitions use "df" command.

Radovan
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