Re: hung boot process



On Thu, 14 Feb 2008, Karl Larsen wrote:

Gerald Dachs wrote:

Karl, this is nonsense, /boot/grub/ is no partition and it looks
like you are missing the point. He has used the installer to partition
his drive and he can expect that the installer will manage all this
things for him.

It does on Red Hat but not sure on Ubuntu. He was not clear how he
got the the many partitions and the way it is working sounds like he
needs to edit /etc/fstab.

The partitions were set up with "manual" on ubuntu's ubiquity(?)
partitioner. If it doesn't work that way in ubuntu I assume others
that tried to partition manually would have the same trouble...anyone?
The same goes for /etc/fstab.

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