I am attempting to install Red Hat Linux v 6.1 on a Dell P3 450. I have a single 20.5 GIG HD. The first (primary) partition is 2 GIG. The second partition (extended) contains a single 6.75 GIG logical drive. Both of these partitions are formatted FAT32.
I have well over 10 GIG worth of free space. However, when I attempt to create either a 16 MEG Boot partition, or a 1.5 GIG Root partition, I receive the error:
Boot Partition Too Big
The odd thing is, it allows me to create a 128 MEG Swap partition without an error message.