Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions
Curiosity Kills Klaus
Hello, Klaus. I'm 12, and I've got quite a few computers – about nine in total – and about four are functioning. On one of them, I've decided to install Knoppix because it's easy, has a lot of good programs, and you just insert the CD, plus it's free. But I've had a few problems installing on the disk. I've tried other distros, swapped hard disks, put more RAM in, and even tried to change things with GParted and Disk Utility, but when I try to install it, it just says error partitioning disk. Now, I'm just wondering if you could help me. Thank you.
<2 hours later …>
I did something and it worked! So, I'm sorry if you started to reply. Thank you. Gabriel
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