boot problem: could not find kernel image: linux
I'm a new linux user and i'm tryng to install fedora 8 from dvd, but booting from dvd nothing works and i find this message :
could not find kernel image. linux
what i've to do??
please help me
Are you sure this is the right version for your architecture?
Some distros come with only 32 bit support, or you have to download a different version of the distro.
I looked at fedora's home. they do have different versions.
If you don't think that's your problem, try another live cd/dvd.
Mmmm - after many years avoiding Redhat derived distros (since a total fsck-up on RH9), I too decided to try Fedora 8 last weekend.
What a bloody fiasco - totally unusable.
@cimegak, is that the only message you get ???. Just try hitting <enter>; any difference ???.
I think that the i386 is the right on for my cleron m 1.3ghz
Hitting enter the computer re type the same line
culd not find kernel image: linux
i think it want the correct kernel addres from the dvd..maybe i'me wrong..help
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