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Old 11th May 2006, 00:10
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Originally Posted by Jcorrea920
But because I don't want to start from scratch I will give it a shot. Although, I am not familiar with fdisk how exactly would I go about changing the partition type? Is it like changing the file system all together? My second drive sdb has not even been formatted that is how new the system is, will fdisk format the second disk?
Use cfdisk instead of fdisk. Its interface is more intuitive. Just run
Code:
cfdisk
, and you'll see.

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Originally Posted by Jcorrea920
And as for the German How to, I will just cut and paste the code in sequential order and hopefully I won't ruin my current system. I feel like a blind man wrestling with King Kong, but will try to win by showing him some leg. Being a man, it could be the end of me.
Try to understand what he's doing. You won't need most of the stuff (e.g. installing a new Debian from a rescue system with debootstrap, installing a new kernel, etc.).
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