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incompatibility of fedora core 3

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by tnaveenkumar, Jan 29, 2005.

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  1. tnaveenkumar

    tnaveenkumar Thread Starter

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    i have installed fedora core 3 after installation is completed it asked to remove the cd to click the reboot button after rebooting it stuck up in some stage but on the monitor it is showing that "grub loading stage 2"
    now details of my system configuration 915GAV desktop board;Intel p4 2.8HT; 512MB ram; 80GB hard disc with SATA technology;and samsung cd drive
    and details of installation: i have taken the ISO files and burned the image using Nero burning ROM.all four Cd's have passed media test i installed them and while install i took the option custom and selected to install everything
    installation was completed with four Cd's after that it asked for rebooting and it stuck up.i haven't changed the default options like boot record loading etc during installation
    is fedora is not suitable to my system or there any other factors?
     
  2. lynch

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    I wouldnt trust the media check on the CDS; if the ISO files were corrupted during download then the media check utility could be corrupted also. Get the md5sums from wherever you got the ISOs and check the ISOs with that.
    Where did you install Grub? Try to boot the system with the rescue CD.You did download the rescue CD, didnt you? :)
    HTH
    lynch
     
  3. iOXeR

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    GRUB is installed with Fedora if you want it to be.
     
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