On Mon, Jul 30, 2001 at 05:15:05PM +0100, jac1 wrote:
> I can boot linux but it starts fscking and X won't work which doesn't matter
> since i don't need to boot linux from linux (recursive thing goin' on).
Ahh, don't do that. Your linux partition is already booted and mounted.
Using it in vmware is a recipe for disaster, no wonder it's fscking.
It's like two separate computers using the same partition - fs
Be careful booting Windows - remember vmware emulates a completely
different computer than your one, use a different hardware profile
in Windows as someone else has already said.
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