I'm posting this here because this looks like as good (or bad) a place as any. If I'm wrong, let me know and I'll try elsewhere. Here's what I'm looking at.
I installed Fedora a few weeks ago, and thanks to eveyone here that helped, as it was a hassel. The conflict was with grub2, installing Fedora alongside Linux Mint and OpenSUSE.
I've had Fedora for just these few weeks, and I like it. Fedora's a little quirky, but it seems that whenever I have a beef with it, something changes and it fixes itself. I don't know how, and it's wierd when it happens, but I like that.
The problem is OpenSUSE. I haven't messed with it much, as getting Fedora to boot with grub2 took a lot. So a day or so ago, I decided it was time to see what OpenSUSE was all about. I can't get a clue as to how it sets up. The updater loops back into itself, the "yast update" isn't the most user friendly thing in the world, and I had to search Google to find out where the terminal was. Although the answer was "right in front of my eyes," as it was there on the toolbar. So I'm thinking, do I really want to go on with this?
The reason I loaed the different OS's was to see what it was like working with alternatives to Ubuntu and dpkg. Fedora seems up to the task, but OpenSUSE? Not exactly intuitive, if you ask me (and yes, no one has.)
So do I grab gparted, and risk un-doing all the work that it took to get Fedora running? My disk partitioner looks like swiss cheese, thanks to every installer giving it's sytem it's own swap partition. And maybe I'm too hard on OpenSUSE. I could wait and see if it starts to make sense to me, I wanted to learn different ways other linux systems function. But I don't feel like going through 40 miles of rough road when I have a Centos live cd that I passed up on installing and went with OpenSUSE because Centos "looked too much like Debian"