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Old 3rd November 2011, 04:35 PM
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SSD Problem With All Fedora

Hi, Sorry of this has been covered before..... i have searched but am having no luck.

I Just got a new PC with a Corsair SSD 60gb sata3 drive, AMD Phenom II 965 Cpu, 8Gb ram and Gigabyte GA-M68-S2P motherboard.

Have tryed from fedora 13 up till 16 and everytime have the same result :

Can't access tty; job control turned off


Could anyone help please?

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