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639.
If you do not go back to the partitioning menu and correct this error, the partition will be used as is. This means that you may not be able to boot from your hard disk.
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Located in ../partman-ext3.templates:12001 ../partman-ext3.templates:13001
640.
Your boot partition is not located on the first primary partition of your hard disk. This is needed by your machine in order to boot. Please go back and use your first primary partition as a boot partition.
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Located in ../partman-ext3.templates:13001
648.
Checking the jfs file system in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}...
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Located in ../partman-jfs.templates:1001
649.
The test of the file system with type jfs in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} found uncorrected errors.
Type: boolean
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Located in ../partman-jfs.templates:2001
650.
The jfs file system creation in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE} failed.
Type: error
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Located in ../partman-jfs.templates:3001
651.
No mount point is assigned for the jfs file system in partition #${PARTITION} of ${DEVICE}.
Type: boolean
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Located in ../partman-jfs.templates:4001
858.
A generic initrd is much larger than a targeted one and may even be so large that some bootloaders are unable to load it but has the advantage that it can be used to boot the target system on almost any hardware. With the smaller targeted initrd there is a very small chance that not all needed drivers are included.
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Located in ../bootstrap-base.templates:10002
1063.
The device can be specified using GRUB's "(hdn,m)" notation, or as a device in /dev. Below are some examples:
- "(hd0)" or "/dev/hda" will install GRUB to the master boot record
of your first hard drive (IDE);
- "(hd0,1)" or "/dev/hda2" will use the second partition of your
first IDE drive;
- "(hd2,4)" or "/dev/sdc5" will use the first extended partition of
your third drive (SCSI here);
- "(fd0)" or "/dev/fd0" will install GRUB to a floppy.
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Located in ../grub-installer.templates:7001
1103.
You have chosen to install LILO on a partition that is not the active one. If this partition is not marked active, then LILO will not be loaded by the boot loader. This may cause you to be unable to boot into the system that is being installed.
Type: boolean
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Located in ../lilo-installer.templates:12001
1106.
The lilo package failed to install into /target/. Installing LILO as a boot loader is a required step. The install problem might however be unrelated to LILO, so continuing the installation may be possible.
Type: boolean
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Located in ../lilo-installer.templates:13001
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