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hi

 

maybe this is silly i dont know, ive fixed so i can mount my ntfs windows drive, but i got another partition also which i wanna mount and it says the type is "Win95 Ext'd (LBA)" ... how can i mount this one ? Im not sure whats up with this one :)I know its NTSF though..

The rest works good, Fedora Core 2 is good i think!

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oh, lol

i thought it was my 100 gig partition, i guess that one is hda5 then laugh

looks like this:

/dev/hda1 * 1 3824 30716248+ 7 HPFS/NTFS

/dev/hda2 3825 19456 125564040 f W95 Ext'd (LBA)

/dev/hda5 3825 6374 20482843+ 83 Linux

/dev/hda6 6375 19122 102398278+ 7 HPFS/NTFS

/dev/hda7 19123 19224 819283+ 82 Linux swap

 

not sure whats up with no 3 and 4 but doesnt matter i guess

 

Thanks alot!

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Looks like;

 

/dev/hda1 * 1 3824 30716248+ 7 HPFS/NTFS (Windows XP)

/dev/hda2 3825 19456 125564040 f W95 Ext'd (LBA) (Windows extended partition - not mountable)

/dev/hda5 3825 6374 20482843+ 83 Linux (Fedora)

/dev/hda6 6375 19122 102398278+ 7 HPFS/NTFS (100 gig NTFS)

/dev/hda7 19123 19224 819283+ 82 Linux swap

 

3 and 4 doesnt matter!

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yep works now, got both mounted on startup also, woho smile

 

I still havent figured out how to make KDE be the default when I start new session though, gnome is default, but i just click Session and change it each time i reboot..

if someone knows this one please tell me, i cant find the info anywhere

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I saw this one in linux questions.com. Type in # switchdesk KDE . With the # in front. I'm not really sure what it can do. But anyway, there aren't any graphical desktop switchers. Yet.

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yes, i saw that on linuxquestions also.. however i did it without the # and since i got response on it i figured it was doing it right..

Its working for me now though, which one set the trigger i dont know, so ill paste what i did so if someone else wanna switch this should get you there at least laugh

 

[niels@m085d niels]$ # switchdesk KDE

[niels@m085d niels]$ switchdesk KDE

Red Hat Linux switchdesk 4.0

Copyright © 1999-2004 Red Hat, Inc

Redistributable under the terms of the GNU General Public License

Desktop now set up to run KDE.

For system defaults, remove /home/niels/.Xclients

[niels@m085d niels]$ rm /home/niels/.Xclients

[niels@m085d niels]$ switchdesk KDE

 

I guess the first line fixed it, im not sure tho

 

Thanks!

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