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On Wed, 14 Feb 2001, Harshal Vaidya (CTS) wrote:
mr harshal i think u didnt get what i wrote
and i am damn sure u if u do it with fdisk u will get succeed only the
thing is if u are installing out of 1024 cylinder u will have to
go for loadlin and vmlinuz i know that its a kind request that if u dont
understand what people say then dont try to blame the people first see ur
fauklt then see anyone's
thanks and who the hell are u to say i am misleading
first better understand then talk bulshits
> please dont mislead anyone if you know nothing
of the problem. > the solution which you gave is completely bullshit.
> do not reply unless you know anything about the problem.
> weather you make partitions using the GUI or the text mode
> you will face the same problems if you arent doing it right.
> now here is one of the reason why such a problem occurs :
> the /boot partition has to be created within the first 1024
> cylinders of the disk and if you dont do this you will get the
> "not enough space to create partition error"
> i had faced this kind of a problem and i solved it right only when i knew
> the logic behind creating the /boot partition.
> ( correct me if i am wrong at any point )
> this is not a flame it is just a reminder against misleading.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vivek khurana [mailto:vivekkhurana_in@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: Tuesday, 13 February 2001 21:45
> To: linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [[linux-delhi] Q?]
> I had faces same problem with redhat6.2 try installing in text mode it
> solved my problem.
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