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Re: Fedora Core 3

Thank you sir;
Does the rhgb fix the display problem?? when you stop it change the kernel line is that all you have to enter as the command?
I am currently using Mandrake 10.1 and of course I can boot it from a diskette. I can also create cd's. I don't want to use MBR.
My objective is to be able to run Windows XP then Mandrake 10.1 official then Fedora Core 3.
I use free space on the hard drive for the install process and hopefully if I can get fedora up so that I can use the display then I can create the boot CD??
Thank you for your time this day

Alexander Dalloz wrote:

Am Sa, den 11.12.2004 schrieb Lawrence F Chisholm um 17:17:

I am trying to install the iso's. All goes well until the reboot then
the screen comes up all broken up and in tiny colored dots. I had read
that the screen resolution is wrong.

Boot without the "rhgb" boot parameter (at grub boot screen press a to change the kernel line).

I also want a boot diskette created so that it does not use the MBR.
In the past at the end of install it use to ask if you wanted a boot

The kernel and all what's needed will hardly fit on floppy space. You can try using "mkbootdisk" but I see just very little chance for success. Create a boot CD using the --iso switch if you think you won't have grub in the MBR.




Larry Chisholm "A Man of True Leisure"

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