A simple question on Linux installation?
Posted on 2004-08-08
I have a 4 GB HD.Its already partitioned into C and D drives 2GB each.I have Win98 installed in C drive and D drive just has few unimportant data.So I want to install Linux in D drive.So the only thing I have to do is to format D drive using Format D:
right? I have Linux distro in CD.So after formatting my D drive I can boot Linux installation from that CD ROM and proceed with installation? Or should I have to do something else like repartitioning? Will it automatically ask for repartitioning after I boot from CD or should I have to repartition myself?
What I mean by repartition is like under that D drive creating partitions for root,swap,etc..