centos 6.2 live cd copied to disk: no operating system on re-boot
Using centos 6.2 live cd, I installed it to disk. I rebooted and it came up in text mode. I worked through the installation until complete. Then I rebooted again. It came back up in text mode. Thinking I had done something wrong, I re-installed it in a GUI mode. After reboot, it again came up in text mode! I used LiveCD itself to probe what I now had on my disk. I had 2 copies of the operating system. I could not delete either one - locked or something. I had an old copy of system commander and used that to look at the disk. I reformatted the disk. All I wanted to do was to get back to a pristine state. But on reboot it again wanted to go into Linux. I had seen an option in System Commander to wipe the boot record, so I did that. I re-installed Linux using LiveCD onto the hard disk, but on reboot, I now get the message, "No Operating System".