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Old 11-23-2005, 08:08 PM   #16
linda
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I installed a Slack 2.6 on a seperate partition, and it works fine with grub. So i guess the problem was with the kernel 2.4. It just seemed weird that it would boot with a floppy, but not with grub. If saikee is out there reading this, maybe you would like to delve into it, because I know you have an interest in booting everything you possibly can with grub!
 
  


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