If it's an older machine you're installing on you should go for at least
RH5.2, I'm sure many people have it at home somewhere.
If you have a new machine (< year old) go for the 6.x series..
Actually, go for either, it's just that 5.2 was a lot smaller on the
hard drive space..
Trevor Johnston wrote:
>> I was trying to install Redhat 5.1 on someone's computer earlier today,
> but once the drive is repartitioned problems start. Looking through the
> messages on terminal three, a message to the effect of:
> mkswap: swap drive must be at least 40k
>> This means that no swap drive is formatted and space runs out quickly when
> the packages are being installed, leading to disaster!
>> The swap partition was set to 32Mb, so the problem seems to be with either
> Disk Druid or the hard drive. I wonder would using fdisk (Linux version)
> make any difference. Is this a common problem?
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