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Old 08-18-2001, 02:26 PM   #1
laopang
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Question how to install linux redhat 7.0


I installed PartitionMagic professional 6.0 on my windows98 . I have 28GB harddrive. I resized partition for windows98 as 8GB. I created new partition with 6GB for redhat which is ext2 filesystem. Also I had a swapspace 0.5 GB. Others space is unallocated.
I changed CD-Rom as first bootable device. Now I am ready to install redhat7.0.
When I tried to install:
step1. language I choose English
step2. keyboard I choose Generic 101-key PC
step3. install type I choose Workstation
Then I got error message:
An error has occurred-no valid devices were found on which to create new filesystems. Please check your hardware for the cause of this problem.
I clicked OK,system is rebooting.
Anyone can help me out,I will appreciate it!
 
  


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