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Old 18th March 2007, 08:35 AM
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Exclamation Macbook Pro restarts during boot of FC6

I originally had OSX, Ubuntu, and Windows installed and bootable on my Macbook Pro. I'm not really impressed with Ubuntu so I thought Why not install Fedora Core! The install went smoothly but after grub pops up and I hit enter to boot. Right after it says

(XEN)Don0 has maximum 1VCPUs
(XEN)Initrd lan 0x346800, start at 0x**********
(XEN)Scrubbing Free RAM:.............done.
(XEN)Xen trace buffers: disabled

the screen goes black and the computer restarts. I can chroot into the os from a liveCD to make any changes. Any help will be greatly appreciated as there isn't much Documentation on Fedora on Mactel Hardware.

********** Indicates i cant make out the numbers before it reboots!

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