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Richard England wrote:
David Krings wrote:
Chris Jones wrote:
if the BIOS is the problem where it can't read past a certain point of
the disk at boot time. Couldn't you simply create a /boot partition and
put it in an area that the BIOS can handle?  the beginning of the disk
(?)??
Indeed. This is *the* standard well known solution to this problem 
(well, obviously not that well know it seems ;) )
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I am sure there is tons of stuff that you don't know and shame on those who make fun about that fact.
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David

I would humbly suggest that the smiley face added by Chris was meant 
to imply humor and that given the number of times the recommendation 
to move the /boot partition has been suggested in numerous threads in 
the last few days, he was being just more than just a little facetious.
;-)


I don't think he was being funny. I have been around a long time and missed the point about moving /boot to the front of a disk. I have heard a thousand words a week about LVM and it never made the point that it moved /boot close to the near end of a hard drive. I HATE LVM.


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