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Old 9th October 2005, 11:16 PM
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Arrow FC3 wont boot

Hi again everyone...

I got my Xserver working, I installed FC3 and that loaded the drivers for my new video card...

Then I thought I would install Debian 3.1 on my system...uh-oh...problems since that

So now when I boot into FC3 the boot process gets up to the part where it goes through the network connections...it says it finds the eth0 network, and then it says something about "touch" and it wont 'find' the network...linux then goes to the system log and stops there...

Can anyone help me get my Fedora back?...
:cool: GTRGY
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Old 10th October 2005, 10:33 PM
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alrighty then...

After yet another install I have got FC3 back up and running...yay...

All is good for now yippee-kai-yay
:cool: GTRGY
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