Making Space for Linux

After you make sure your hardware is suitable for use with Linux, you must ensure that space is available on your hard drive for a Linux installation. Unfortunately, this task is not as simple as it might seem. Merely having unused space on your hard drive is not enough; a proper Linux installation requires unpartitioned space—space that is not being used by another operating system.

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If you already have a recent version of Linux installed on your computer, your system is likely to work with Fedora Core 4 as well. . If you are sure that you have enough space for Fedora Core 4 in your existing ...

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