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Old 05-23-2002, 11:53 AM   #1
tracer
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Unhappy SCSI / IDE & Redhat 7.2


I have two drives on my system, an 800meg IDE drive and an 8 GIG SCSI drive. Linux is the only OS on the system. I can install to the IDE drive with no problems. However whenever I try to install utilizing the SCSI drive I would get unmountable file systems during boot. I am also unable to mount the scsi drive anytime after I have the system running. fdisk shows the SCSI drive, and will allow me to partition the drive, but then when I go to re-boot, the system halts once again (LILO but I have also tried other loaders). Fdisk also makes it a point of allerting me that the scsi drive is larger than 1024 cylinders but this really should'nt make much aof a differeance for a scsi drive right?

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