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Old 12-28-2006, 07:31 AM
mkvf mkvf is offline
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Default Partitioning X5 drive, to create bootable volume

I've been reading up on portable versions of Linux, designed to be used with a usb thumbdrive. I figured it might be an interesting project to partition my X5 drive, so that I have a 5-10gb volume set up as a bootable disk, and to have space to run something like this from.

Can I do this safely, without making myself an expensive paperweight? What tools would I need?
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