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i've installed redhat linux v6.0
when the installation is done and the computer is
reboot the screen filled with  L 00 010 0101 10101......
but if i'll reboot from the rescue disk that i've created
in the installation it works.

what is the proplem and how do i fix it?
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the problem is, alas, your definition of the hard disk in the bios OR a failed lilo installation.

I suspect that you have installed linux on a large ide disk or on small but high partition.

It is probably best (unless you grok lilo well) to change the disk defs in the bios to LBA and reinstall linux.
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