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  1. #11
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    Linux Problems...

    dear guru

    u mean verbose mode??

    can i have ur msn id or yahoo id

    my yahoo id is :

    msn Is :

    wanna chat with u guru

  2. #12

    Getting Linux up on "D" for you

    Hi Solomon,

    When you insert the CD or DVD DO NOT hit the 'enter' key on your keyboard for the installation. Instead, you will see a long white bar at the bottom which acts as a "status" of copying the files you need. There is no need to press the enter key. During intallation you will be asked toward the end "where" you want to place the OS. In this particular, it is "D" from what you've said.

    Another way is to load the entire OS, then go to "Configure Your Computer", then to "Mount Points", and click on the "Create, delete, and resize hard disk partitions. From there simply click on your root partition and bring it to "D", then "mount" it there. There is a "mount" for transferring the partition...

    Hope this helps, but let the OS load naturally if you are new and wish to try things out, get a feel, and enjoy this OS.


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