installation problems of FreeBSD 7 beta 2 on Dell D610
(multiboot con solaris, linux, winxp)
dennis.melentyev at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 23:35:02 PST 2007
2007/11/27, Stefano Spinucci <virgo977virgo at gmail.com>:
> I encountered some problems installing FreeBSD 7 beta 2 on my Dell
> D610 laptop, on the original 60 gb hd; the hd is formatted as follows:
> - primary 1, 15 gb, ntfs for Windows XP
> - primary 2, 15 gb, solaris for Open Solaris
> - primary 3, 10 gb, fat32 for FreeBSD
> - extended, 20 gb, 3 partitions for linux
> I tried to install FreeBSD many times, but after the geometry error
> (the geometry is however correctly recognized), FDISK doesn't find any
> partition and the space is shown as free, unpartitioned.
> I tried to set the partition type for FreeBSD to FAT16, FAT32, FreeBSD
> and I also reformatted the partition many times, but with no success.
> have you any idea???
Are you kidding?
If no, just read the handbook. And check the partition type for
FreeBSD. FAT is for MustDie.
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