Re: Booting sparkly new F12 install, error 13 from grub.

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On Friday 11 December 2009, Bill Davidsen wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>> OTOH, since its a new install, I could just as easily do a reinstall. 
>> What sort of a voodoo spell to I have to use to get a /boot partition of
>> say 400 megabytes?  The default is only 100, and that will never fly here
>> for more than a week.
>Select the custom layout, choose fixed size for the /boot, make it a
> primary partition (may no longer be needed, but I do), and set the
> filesystem type to ext3. Then define the "/" root, and since you're a
> fellow conservative a separate /home, unless you want to share the one on
> sda.

That is a thought I suppose, but between 2 different distro's?  Sounds a 
little dicey.

OTOH, that would be a nice idea as it would be the quickest, dirtiest way I 
could think of to get amanda rebuilt for 64 bit since it is always buil;t and 
installed from amanda's home dir.

Since no one has suggested a fix for the 64 bit F12 fedora being so slow, I 
have another 64 bit torrent running right now, to see if that one is 50x 
slower than this F10 32 bit install is now.

Cheers, Gene
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