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Old 05-25-2004, 12:18 PM   #1
raysonpak
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Question Problem in Fedora Core 2 Hard Drive installation


Need Help!!! I¡¯ve tried every possible ways, but still did not succeeded in stalling Fedora Core 2 from hard drive
1£® Download the 4 ISO FC2 files in file Fedora
2£® Extract vmliuz and initrd.img form FC2-1, put them in Dosutils file.
3£® Extract loadlin and autoboot from FC1-1, put them in Dosutils file.
4£® Use Win 98 startup disk in to DOS mode, run autoboot.
The following messenger appears on screen:
Please enter name of kernel image file followed by optional command line parameters for linux (e.g.roo=XXXX), or @file (file=param file), or ¡°empty string¡± to abort:
What I should do?

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