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RE: FC5 fails to boot after install



Not sure whether its the same issue that you guys have but on the 3 different systems I've installed fc5 on, 2 scsi and 1 fibre channel, I've had to rebuild the ramdisk image and insert a sleep in the init script before volume manager is run?

Steve


-----Original Message-----
From: "ewald" <no-reply-gw fcp homelinux org>
To: "fedora-list redhat com" <fedora-list redhat com>
Sent: 29/05/06 14:13
Subject: Re: FC5 fails to boot after install

After reading the posts in this thread, I come to the conclusion that the community is not in unison about what really caused the initial problem being the "Grub_ event" after booting. 

I had a similar experience installing fc5 on a machine with a W2k OS already installed. The Linux system was installed to a separate harddrive (IDE-1, the Windows System being on IDE-0)

My fix to the problem was very easy though: I installed SuSe 10.1 which worked just fine. I have a dual boot system now only I don't k


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