> Partition on Linux:Boot output something like that :
> hda1 windows FAT32
> hda4 linux ext2 hurd
> hda3 linux swap
> hda2 linux native
> kernel=/boot/gnumach root=hs0s0 -s
This line is wrong - it should be hd0s3
> Can't open server boot script /dev/hs0s0/boot/servers.boot
On your windows partition?
Can't open server boot script /dev/hs0s0/boot/servers.boot
Enter new location [/dev/hs0s0/boot/servers.boot] : /dev/hs0s3/boot/servers.boot
Can't open server boot script /dev/hs0s3/boot/servers.boot
When the boot fail you are advised to enter a new file AND device if
change the device why ask it perhaps I did a mistake but I didn t think so even
if I was late.
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