[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Re: can't partition disk?

On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 01:14:25 +0100, Martin Michlmayr <tbm@cyrius.com> wrote:
> Is this on O2?  It worked for me last night.
> --

Yep.  I just went through it again.  I wonder if the install gets
confused if it thinks there's already a previous installation?  I've
noticed with the debian installer that "hidden" options show up
depending on which selections you make.  For example, one of my
installs today allowed me to manually run fdisk, and I'm not quite
sure how to repeat it.  In another, I got to choose which kernel was

BTW, "bootp():" without arguments works.
   |                       No boot loader installed                        |    
   | No boot loader has been installed, either because you chose not to or |    
   | because your specific architecture doesn't support a boot loader yet. |    
   |                                                                       |    
   | You will need to boot manually with the /vmlinux kernel on partition  |    
   | /dev/sda1 and root=/dev/sda1 passed as kernel argument.               |    
   |                                                                       |    
   |                              <Continue>                               |    

Jiann-Ming Su
"I have to decide between two equally frightening options. 
 If I wanted to do that, I'd vote." --Duckman

Reply to: