I had Win2k3 Server and RH9.0 on my system on 2 seperate HDDs.
In the 3rd HDD I tried to install FC2.0 last night and since then I have run in to troubles.
First of all, this is the 1st time I have tried multiple distros on the same system. And I wrote the boot info into the MBR. So after installation the system never booted into RH9.0.
And in an attempt to reinstall RH9.0, I seem to have messed up with the MBR, as it doesn't boot into RH9.0 or Win2k3 or FC2. It gives a message :
Couldn't find matching filesystem : LABEL=/data
Enter rootpassword and repair
In a previous
thread, I read that I need to check if /data is present in /etc/fstab
In this attempt to reinstall RH9.0, I have already lost all the win2k3. So the 1st HDD is totally free. The 2nd HDD has 2 partitions:
/dev/sbd1 14MB ext3
/dev/sdb2 4MB linux-swap
/dev/sdb3 15MB ext3
and the 3rd HDD has 4 partitions consisting of:
/dev/sdc1 /boot ext3 102MB
/dev/sdc2 / ext3 8001MB
/dev/sdc3 swap 4000MB
/dev/sdc4 /home ext3 20000MB
Since my win2k3 is already erased (/dev/sda1 of 35MB is shown as Free Space), does this Couldn;t find mathcing filesystem mean something about the win2k3?
How can I get my system to work on only RH9.0... as of now its working is most important...
fdist -l doesn;t show /dev/sda1
It is only when I am tryong to reinstall RH9.0, and try to make a manual partition, that I see 35GB of free space in the 1st HDD