Originally Posted by Shahe1993
will the other partition be accessible from within Fedora 16?
When creating partitions during the install, you should be able to choose where the partition is mounted on the Fedora system – mount it on /mnt/somewhere
and make sure that the format option is unchecked! Or you can completely ignore it in the installer and add it to /etc/fstab later.
If the partition is in a Windows format (vFAT or NTFS), you'll need to tweak the mount options in /etc/fstab so that you have the right permissions on your files. If you're dumping Windows completely, it would make sense to convert the partition to ext4 instead at some point, but you'll need somewhere to copy your files while you reformat the partition if you do that.