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Re: install debian up redhat 6.2 ...


On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, [iso-8859-1] Saul Fabian wrote:

> Hi!
> I have a problem, ¿How I can format my hard disk ?
mkfs /dev/sda1

> I want to change my redhat 6.2's linux to debian, but
> I can´t install debian. When I boot the debian
> installation disk, my system gives my this message:
> loading linux ...
Is this the boot floppy or your harddisk? If it is the floppy you might
want to try another one. If you have your BIOS's boot sequence set to
A:, C:, SCSI: or something, the boot sector is loaded from your floppy.
You should not have to worry about formatting your harddisk in this stage,
it is not the problem. When the installation program has been started you
can format your drive.


> can anibody help my???
> thanks ...
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