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Anyone know a program for monitoring your temperatures in SuSE?
Also, is it normal when you install Linux for the hard-drive to split in half? Its only ready as 60Gb in Windows now, and I can't view the other half, but when I'm in Linux, I can view the whole drive?
 

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Originally Posted by ShawnMcGrail

Anyone know a program for monitoring your temperatures in SuSE?
Also, is it normal when you install Linux for the hard-drive to split in half? Its only ready as 60Gb in Windows now, and I can't view the other half, but when I'm in Linux, I can view the whole drive?

When I am in Ubuntu, I can see the drive Linux is installed, but not the Windows drive. My guess it has to do with file systems.
 

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It split mine in half to but it was b/c the space was unpartitioned. I did a fat32 part. on the space i didn't want use for linux and left the rest open. Then it just asked me to install it on the unpartitioned space. Hope that helped. linuxquestions.org is a good forum for questions to.
 

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Originally Posted by slow'puter

When I am in Ubuntu, I can see the drive Linux is installed, but not the Windows drive. My guess it has to do with file systems.

you have to mount windows... i did... this guide shows you how... http://www.ubuntulinux.org/wiki/Auto...earchterm=ntfs..

that is only for linux to read files not to edit or save to the partition... if it allows you to... which i haven't tested, DONT... bad things will come... same for windows accessing linux... only for reading... i use it to use my mp3s and videos and text files and such across platforms...

http://e2fsprogs.sourceforge.net/

i have used the first method... but not the latter because i dont trust the Monopoly Man to touch my linux partitions
 
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