Linux.com: Dual-Booting Windows and Linux the Easy Way
Jul 24, 2006, 12:00 (4 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"The Gnome Partition Editor Live CD is a simple tool that will
shrink a (usually 'the') Windows partition on your hard drive, then
make Linux partitions almost automatically. These four videos step
you through the process of downloading GPartEd (the program's
nickname) from SourceForge.net, defragmenting Windows, shrinking
your Windows partition, and installing the three most commonly-used
Linux partitions. As a free bonus, a fifth video will show you how
to uninstall Linux and stretch your shrunk-down Windows partitition
until it once again takes up your whole hard drive.
"All popular Linux distributions now have some sort of simple
(usually GUI) disk partitioning utility included. If you're going
to devote an entire hard drive to Linux, you might as well go with
your chosen distribution's default partition setup..."