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    Linux 10.2 does not boot


    I have installed Open Suse 10.2 64 bit version on an IBM xseries 346 machine.

    The system has 2 hard disk of 146 GB each. Both the disk are configured in Raid 0. The installation goes well, but the system is unable to boot after the installation giving error : No operating system found on the disk

    Same is happening with the other machine which has 4 hard drives of 146 GB each and all of them are configured in RAID 0.

    What could be the reason ?

    Your kind help is appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by me_spearhead View Post
    I have installed Open Suse 10.2 64 bit version on an IBM xseries 346 machine.

    The system has 2 hard disk of 146 GB each. Both the disk are configured in Raid 0. The installation goes well, but the system is unable to boot after the installation giving error : No operating system found on the disk

    Same is happening with the other machine which has 4 hard drives of 146 GB each and all of them are configured in RAID 0.

    What could be the reason ?

    Your kind help is appreciated
    Hey,
    Do you have Sata Harddisk? If yes you need to install sata drivers. Otherwise check your hardware specs with Suse hardware compalibilily list
    Hardware - openSUSE

    Also you can boot from any live CD for i.e Knoppix and Using that if possible can you post the output of
    Code:
    #fdisk -l
    #ls -la /boot
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