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do you have any kind of boot manager installed????
i have similar problems a year ago, and to solve them i must delete the
entire disk before install RH71 (including the standby partition).
Good luck!!!
RP

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From: "ricardo costa santos" <rcsantos megamail pt>
To: <seawolf-list redhat com>
Sent: Sunday, October 06, 2002 1:05 PM
Subject: (no subject)


> Hi there.
> I have a problem with the installation of the Red Hat
> 7.1 on my laptop.
> My laptop is an Hp omnibook xe4500.
> At this moment, i've made more then one hundred
> redhat installations on PCs but i cant do one in my
> laptop.
> I try to create the partitions and before it begins
> to install the packets, during the made of file
> system e gives me an error (not say too much) and
> abor the installation.
> The system cannot format the partitions.
> I tried mandrake and the same happened.
> The only distribuition of GNU/Linux that i can
> install on my laptop is Debian.
> Every time i begin an installation (on redhat) i
> recieve an warning saying that my partition table has
> problems.
> Its the same partition scheme that i use for PCs.
> 256MB /
> 512 SWAP
> 2048 /usr
> 128 /tmp
> 256 /var
> rest /home
> Other think, i have the redhat 8.0 CDs and it freezes
> in the firts question that i makes me.
> Send me ideas okey?
> Thank you
>
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