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RE: using Parallels on a Mac to install



I would look to the parallels website for more info.  They may require a
specific module to be loaded by the installer kernel to recognize the disks.

If their software virtualizes the hardware, as it appears from their docs,
then RHEL should see a drive at /dev/hda that is not truly a physical
partition, but rather a file of some sort under the mac OS.  And it should
"just work".  Again, this should be mentioned in their docs, or on their
mailing list.

Alternatively, ensure that you have the latest RHEL install disks, and that
your MD5 Checksums are correct.  I've seen many a spurious error caused by
damaged install media.

Good luck,

Gavin McDonald
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phone: (604) 313-3845


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> We are using Parallels on a Mac OS 10.4 system.
> 
> As we are installing RedHat EL 4 on the system, the RedHat installation
> says that it cannot understand the format on hda.
> Any ideas about why we are having problems?
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