Ok, let me explain the entire problem:
During installation, DrakX is identifying my hard drive as an hde, not an hda. So in essence, it's labeling my partitions as the following...
hde1 = FAT32
hde2 = FAT 32
hde6 = Linux Native Partition
hde7 = Linux Swap Partition
When it does this, it writes it in fstab, which is on the /etc directory of hda6, as hde6 and hde7, when it should be hda6 and hda7. The reason that I know it is hda6 is that I can boot Linux from hda6 at the boot prompt, and the fact I don't have five hard drives.
And when I boot Linux, it goes to the same problem above when loading X:
Current State: Booting:
fsck.ext2: No such device or address while trying to open /dev/hda6
Failed to check file system: Do you want to repair the errors?
Yes or No
If I click either yes or no, it exits me to the root prompt, where I can open fstab from the /etc directory in vi... Now the problem is, I can open it and edit it in vi, but I can't save it back to it's original place. Remember, Linux is still thinking my Linux native partition is hde6, while it's hda6... and it won't know it until I save the fstab file saying that it's hda6, which I can't do because Linux still thinks it's...
Paradoxes suck... -chuckles-
Same problem with the swap file, btw. Linux thinks it's a hde7 when it's hda7... still have to edit that in fstab before it will load correctly...
Any help with this one?