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Trouble booting



I installed Fedora 5 on my dual boot system. It has Windows and Ubuntu linux 6.06, and the boot loader is GRUB. I have each Windows, Ubuntu, and Fedora on seperate partitions. During the Fedora installation, I initially marked that I would not want my boot menu to be changed, thinking that Ubuntu would automatically change it. After Fedora was installed, I found that it was not on the grub menu. So, I then booted from the Fedora CD again, and selected the update option. When asked if I would like to change the boot loader, I said yes. On the next screen, Windows and Fedora were listed as operating systems, I added Ubuntu. When I got to the screen where Fedora actually started making changes, an error message popped up that said a kernel for Fedora was not found, and the boot menu would not be changed. After this, I got pretty frustrated, and tried manually changing the boot menu from inside Ubuntu. None of the configurations worked, and I am still not able to boot into Fedora. If anyone would be able to help it would be very much appreciated.


By the way, my Windows is on hda1, my Ubuntu is on hda2, and Fedora is on hda4.


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