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15methods, for those with special installation needs such as lack of a cdrom 15methods, for those with special installation needs such as lack of a cdrom
16or a computer that cant boot cds. 16or a computer that cant boot cds.
17</abstract> 17</abstract>
18 18
19<version>0.3</version> 19<version>0.3</version>
20<date>10 May 2003</date> 20<date>1 June 2003</date>
21 21
22<chapter> 22<chapter>
23<title>About this document</title> 23<title>About this document</title>
24<section> 24<section>
25<body> 25<body>
305Reboot your system with the tomsrtbt boot disk (just pop it inside), and once 305Reboot your system with the tomsrtbt boot disk (just pop it inside), and once
306you are logged in, switch the disk in the drive with your utility disk we have 306you are logged in, switch the disk in the drive with your utility disk we have
307created above and type mount /dev/fd0 /floppy to have parted under /floppy. 307created above and type mount /dev/fd0 /floppy to have parted under /floppy.
308There you go. Run parted and you will be able to resize your partition. Once 308There you go. Run parted and you will be able to resize your partition. Once
309this lenghty process done, we are ready to have the real fun, by installing 309this lenghty process done, we are ready to have the real fun, by installing
310gentoo. Reboot back into your old Linux system for now. Drive youwish to operate 310gentoo. Reboot back into your old Linux system for now. Drive you wish to
311on is the drive containing the partition we want to resize. For example, if we 311operate on is the drive containing the partition we want to resize. For
312want to resize /dev/hda3, the drive is /dev/hda </p> 312example, if we want to resize /dev/hda3, the drive is /dev/hda
313</p>
313 314
314<pre caption="Commands to run once logged into tomsrtbt system"> 315<pre caption="Commands to run once logged into tomsrtbt system">
315# <i>mount /dev/fd0 /floppy </i> 316# <i>mount /dev/fd0 /floppy </i>
316# <i>cd /floppy; ./parted [drive you wish to operate on]</i> 317# <i>cd /floppy; ./parted [drive you wish to operate on]</i>
317(parted) <i> print </i> 318(parted) <i> print </i>

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