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BoboBrazil 07-13-2003 12:47 PM

Mount Failed: Invalid Argument
Hi! I'm trying to install Red Hat 6 on a machine. I have NT Server on this machine and will duel boot it. After I've set my partitions and have chosen the packages, the installation begins but I then get the above error (Mount Failed: Invalid Argument) and I can't get past it. Any advice? I've found very little info online. The CD drive works because I was able to install NT on the machine, so that can't be it. Thanks!

DrOzz 07-13-2003 12:50 PM

what command is being used to mount it, or if that is the error at bootup, what is the line that is in your /etc/fstab file.

DrOzz 07-13-2003 12:51 PM

oh and just out of curiousity, can i ask why you are installing such an old version of RH.

DrOzz 07-13-2003 12:52 PM

oh nm, you know what, i just realized you are saying you are getting this error during your installation, and i am sorry to say i have no answer for disregard the questions i asked you.

BoboBrazil 07-13-2003 12:57 PM

It's the most current version that I have right now! My goal is simply to learn my way around it and to learn the commands and stuff. I have an interview for a job and I have to brush up on it and hands on would help. As far as commands, I'm using Disk Druid to help with the partitions. Besides the NT partition, I put 3 partitions: /boot (15 for size), Swap (50 for size), and / (2 GB). I have a small HD and only 16 Megs of memory on that machine. Again, I just want to learn the basics (commands and stuff).

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