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sir_ade
post Mar 1 2003, 06:13 AM
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i want to know why everytime(almost) i made partition for linux ext2 more than 5gigs i will receive error when i install.what i mean when i finish install for a while.this problem make me mad
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michaelk
post Mar 1 2003, 02:31 PM
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It would help if you provide some additional information.

What kind of hardware do you have?
What distro are you trying to install?
How are you partitioning your hard drive?
Is this a dual boot PC?
What is the exact error?
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sir_ade
post Mar 1 2003, 11:25 PM
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QUOTE (michaelk @ Mar 2 2003, 03:31 AM)
It would help if you provide some additional information.

What kind of hardware do you have?
What distro are you trying to install?
How are you partitioning your hard drive?
Is this a dual boot PC?
What is the exact error?

i have 10 gig quantum fireball.i have win me and linux redhat 7.3 in my partition.i have 1 fat partition 3 gig and the rest are ext2 partition. my problem are the system always find error in my partition althought i shut down the system properly
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post Mar 2 2003, 08:02 PM
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What kind of error?
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