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Old 05-08-2002, 05:05 AM   #1
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Angry 0x10 with red hat 6.2?


i have several times tried to install red hat 6.2 but it kept freezing when it was creating a loopback filesystem, but it finally installed, but by boot disk doesnt work it comes up a error 0x10 when i try boot using it...can any1 help.....or is there a way to boot without a disk or something like that

PLEASE HELP....my brithday this saturday and i want this to be my present

even though this distro is old.....but i luv experimenting!!!

PLEASE HELP!!!!!
 
Old 05-08-2002, 06:05 AM   #2
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and....

and also.....i am usin one partition (dos) i dont have a linux native....i dunno if that is a problem and sum more info is.....i tried lots of floppies....I BOUGHT A NEW PACKET AS WELL....do u think its the formatting procedure thats stuffin da floppies up????....i dunno....and also if this dont work with the floppy thing.....can i like do a dual boot thing.....like when you got more then one windows o/s on??......man this is really really stressin me out now.....
 
Old 05-08-2002, 06:15 AM   #3
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go to http://www.slackware.com/ read up on Zipslack and bigslack both install to DOS. but i will warn you that running Linux on DOS is not going to do you any great service it tends to run slow and have its share of problems.

I would suggest that you create the ext2 partitons and run a duel boot system.
 
  


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