On Sun, Jan 09, 2000 at 02:39:52PM +0000, Tomas Mac Eoin wrote:
> I hope somebody can figure this one out! :-)
>> I am using a Dell PIII running WIndows 98. I want to install redhat
> Linux on the machine aswell. I got a copy of Redhat 5.2. I repartioned
> the 12GB Hardrive (c/h/s: 1575 / 255 / 63) so that 10GB was left for
> WIndows and 2GB obviously for Linux. When I boot the Linux floppy and
> get to the Disk Druid part it will not let me make a boot partition. No
> matter what I do it keeps telling me that the "boot partition is too
> big" it doesn't matter whether I try to create it before or after the
> other partitions it will simply not work. It will however let me create
> a Linus swap a /usr and any other partition of any plausible size.
Create your linux partition at the start of the disk, rather than
at the end.
The problem is probably that Disk Druid is complaining that the
partition where the actual kernel file will go is above the
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