Managing partitions with fdisk

The fdisk utility is traditional for managing partitions and is fuctionally similar to the MS-DOS tool of same name but looks different and is much more versatile. It can help to manage the empty space on existing drive, lets you configure up to 4 primary on a hard drive, It can be use to change the type of partition to one over 100 different types, including FAT32, Novell NetWare, Linux Logical Volume Manager, Linux Swap and of course a standard Linux partition.


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