I have a system in which I had installed Redhat Linux 6.1. I installed it to dual boot btwn Win98 and Linux. I split the 10GB HDD 50/50. Now I would like to delete all the linux partitions and somehow combine the 50% I used for Linux back with Windows98. I Now have another system dedicated to Linux OS.
I attemped to use fdisk from the win98 CD to delete the linux partition. it shows up as an extended partition, but when I attempt to delete it it says it has a logical dos drive, so i attempt to delete the logical dos drive and it says there are none. So there is no way for me to even re-fdisk the linux portion of my hardrive to make it another drive under my Win98 OS.
I also tried the disk druid during the installation process of linux to delete all the partitions, but it won't continue unless I have at least a root partition and enough in the /usr partition to install the basic packages.
If anyone has a solution let me know