[PLUG] Fedora 3 installation issue

Neelesh Gurjar neel.gurjar at linuxmail.org
Fri Oct 13 00:43:15 PDT 2006


hi sunder

While u installing FC 3.. When u reach at Disk Partitioning screen....
type ctrl+alt+f2 to get on command line. there u type fdisk -l by this u will get details about ur HDD. please see the first line and note /dev/<hdd name> like /dev/hda or if u have sata then /dev/sda. type  fdisk /dev/<hdd name>. eg. if you have primary master then fdisk /dev/hda or u have sata then fdisk /dev/sda. then you will come to fdisk propmt. here if u type 'm' you will get help. here delete old partition and create new partition dont give lables here. Note. after making all partiontions you have to change Filesystem ID of Swap partition from 83 to 82 by typing 't' you will get it in help by typing 'm'. Note that u cant give label in this. after creating all partition type 'w' to save on disk. then again press alt+f7 to go on GUI mode. Here select manual partition with disk druid. here u have to edit each partition first select to format as ext3 then give label to each partition by typing at mountpoing field.

i think it will help u.



If u have any problem you can contact me on : 9892105060

Neelesh

> From: balaji sunder <balaji_270982 at yahoo.co.in>
> Subject: [PLUG] Fedora 3 installation issue
> To: plug-mail at plug.org.in
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> 
> Hai Friends,
> 
> Before Partition i am deleted the partition tabel using fdisk command.
> There is a problem in Fedore core 3 instllation with Manual 
> partition.Partition label Changes issue ie
> 
>   Given Partition Label      Received Partition Label
>   /                          /1
>   /home                      /home
>   /usr                       /usr
>   /backup                    /backup
> 
>   I am repeated the same procedure again then i am receiving the issue is
>   Given Partition Label      Received Partition Label
>   /                          /
>   /home                      /home1
>   /usr                       /usr1
>   /backup                    /backup1
> 
>   please, help me to solve this problem.
> 
> 
>   --Regards
>   S.Balaji
> 
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> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 17:47:55 +0530
> From: "Vaibhav Kulkarni" <netvaibhav at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [PLUG] Fedora 3 installation issue
> To: "Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List" <plug-mail at plug.org.in>
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> On 10/12/06, balaji sunder <balaji_270982 at yahoo.co.in> wrote:
> >
> > Hai Friends,
> >
> > Before Partition i am deleted the partition tabel using fdisk command.
> > There is a problem in Fedore core 3 instllation with Manual 
> > partition.Partition label Changes issue ie
> >
> >  Given Partition Label      Received Partition Label
> >  /                          /1
> >  /home                      /home
> >  /usr                       /usr
> >  /backup                    /backup
> >
> >  I am repeated the same procedure again then i am receiving the issue is
> >  Given Partition Label      Received Partition Label
> >  /                          /
> >  /home                      /home1
> >  /usr                       /usr1
> >  /backup                    /backup1
> >
> >  please, help me to solve this problem.
> 
> You can change the label later using the command e2label.
> 
> Be warned, you may make some entries (which depend on the filesystem
> label) invalid in /etc/fstab by using this command. Make sure to
> correct those before rebooting.
> 
> --



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