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The lastest .71 Berry has great hardware detection and aesthetics, but I have been unable to get a bug-free bootloader working. I have to used the Live CD in order ...
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    Berry Linux HD Install


    The lastest .71 Berry has great hardware detection and aesthetics, but I have been unable to get a bug-free bootloader working. I have to used the Live CD in order to boot up hard drive installation. I tried hd0 and mbr for grub location, but I still get no success. I have even tried partitioning and using a minimum 8meg FAT primary partition, but Berry does not have a choice to install bootloader on the separate partition. I am posting with HD loaded version, but I want to get it going without having to insert the CD every time.


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    I was finally successful in getting Berry to boot up by adding a FAT 10meg boot partition for bootloader and installing Berry to second partition.

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