[linux-help] Re: Making Windoz XP play nice with linux 9.0
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Have you done MD5checksums of your iso images? Do you suspect that one
of the iso are bad? If the iso image isn't bad, then the OS isn't
building correctly. You may have to do a smaller install first, reboot
and then install some more of the modules on round 2.
If you want a different copy of RH9.0, then I can make you a new set.
The iso images that I have are working great. Right now I'm using
Fedora core 1 and Suse 8.2, the debian computer crashed because the mobo
went bad. ~Anne
Michael Holmes wrote:
>I cannot get linux and windoz to play nice on my laptop. Linux will
>crash windoz when it is run ( booting failures and hanging log off's. )
>And linux will complain of check sum failures. These faults only show
>up when the other has been run. If linux is run consecutively, there is
>no problems; if windows is run consecutively, then there is no problems.
>I cannot figure out what to do. I want and need both. I used partition
>magic to set up 6 gig for linux and 30 gig for windoz. 512 meg for
>/boot and 1024 meg for /swap. Brand new hard drive ( as linux said too
>many failure to support the install ( check sum))
>I like the new install system on red hat 9.0 The very first thing it
>does is check the disk. ( I have been at 90 percent complete and have a
>install crash because of a corrupted download) I think the disk check
>is the best improvement, especially since most installs are from
>downloads of iso's.
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