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Old 15th January 2005, 04:59 AM
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Added Second Hard Drive / No fdisk command-- Now What?

I just added a 160G hard drive as a slave to the 40G drive that is already present. The BIOS detects the drive with no problem, and my hardware browser picks it up as dev/hdb.
I figured I needed to format it, since it shows no partitions or mounting information on it. I went into the terminal, su'd as root, and typed "fdisk /dev/hdb."
The reply was "bash: fdisk: command not found"

...What the ...? Anybody got any ideas?
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