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Old 10-07-2003, 11:27 AM   #1
abbasakhtar
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what to do if your linux redhat 9 x wont boot up becuz default font fixed not found


ok this is wot i did,

first go into windows,
open up your partition browser ( i used partition magic 8's browser) and make free space on ur partition, becuz its likely that all the free space wus used up,

i deleted a xsession-errors file wich wus 600 megabytes, and i got in properly again,

u can also do this in linux rescue if u no the commands, to browse the directorys and delete files, and check file sizes,

hope this helps someone

something else i learned since logging in as root :-)
 
  


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