Linux Installation Problems
Posted on 2001-09-15
I got a problem during installing RedHat Linux 7.1. I installed Windows 2000, by booting thru the cd, I created a partion of 4 GB for Windows 2000 and i left the rest of the space as unpartioned. I tried to install linux in the unpartioned space using disk druid utility of linux. I created a linux native root (/) partion, I got an alert stating that the number of cylinders are > 1024. I used disk druid utility as i'm not getting the automatic partition option in linux as its stating the low memory.
Is there any method to avoid this problem.
Kindly give me an effective solution to sort out this problem.
Thanks in advance