Was: CDROM with raid
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2004 10:15:14 -0500
The saga continues.
I finally figured out how to format software raid 1 partitions on my 2 IDE
drives using Disk Druid.
The installation accepted everything, formatted the partitions and FC3
loaded without a hitch from CDROM.
When I re-booted after installation, all I got on the screen was:
I assume that is the start of the word LILO.
Lilo was never mentioned durring install.
In fact, I thought Grub was the default.
Any thoughts as to what happened and how I can repair it.
I'll do a fresh install if I have to. I would just like to know what went
Thanks for any advice. Tom
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