I am having trouble booting into Linux (Macmillan Complete Linux 6.0). Installation is as far as I can tell flawless. But upon rebooting to go into linux the system hangs right after it reports "OK" to "Turning on user and group quotas for filesystems". My system has been configured for a dual-boot enviroment using the included Partition magic and BootManager, giving 1.5GB Linux Native space, and 125MB Swap.
PCChips M767-V (BXToo Chipset -- renamed Via Appolo Pro)
Onboard AGP 8MB Sis6326 Video (not used)
Creative Labs Riva TNT PCI
3Com/USRobotics Hardware modem (PCI)--Not Controllerless!
Onboard CMedia Soundcard ISA bus.
Fujitsu 8.4GB HD
Toshiba 32x CDrom
Latest BIOS Flash.
I have tried enabling/disabling the PNP Bios and clearing the NVRam/ESCD data -- in windows as well. I also beleive it is a configuration error rather then hardware problem as I have been able to get into linux on random occasions directly after installing. I have also tried removing the PCI Cards to eliminate them from the equation.
Any help to get me going would be greatly appreciated!
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