I'm currently running Win98. I just bought Red Hat Linux 6.2. I created a partition with Partition Magic 4.0 to install Linux but there was a problem and it had to do with how PM made the partiton. Next I'm going to try using Disk Druid. I'm a newbie to the Linux environment and have no idea where to start. All I know is that I reboot with the start-up disk and choose custim install. During the custom install I would choose to use Disk Druid. I need somebody to give specific steps on how to use the Disk Druid utility to make the partition and install Linux. Then I need to know the steps on what I need to do to at each boot up on how I choose on whether loading Win98 or Linux. Thx to anybody who replies.
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