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Just a thought here... It's not necessary to have a /boot partition. I usually just us a / and /home . Depending on how much RAM you have available, /swap ...
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    Just a thought here... It's not necessary to have a /boot partition.
    I usually just us a / and /home. Depending on how much RAM you have available, /swap is pretty much optional.
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    Reinstalled and everything seems to be working just fine. Thanks a lot guys.

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    Reinstalled and everything seems to be working just fine. Thanks a lot guys.
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