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Re: [vox-tech] Urgent - Problem in upgradation of RH 7.1 to RH 7.2 !!
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Re: [vox-tech] Urgent - Problem in upgradation of RH 7.1 to RH 7.2 !!

Sounds like a bad CD.

Go to http://www.toms.net/rb/ for a handy bootable rescue diskette.
But if you don't have a backup to restore from, you may be SOL.

-- Rod

On Monday 24 December 2001 09:54 am, Viswanath P wrote:
> Hi,
>      I have tried to upgrade my Linux from RedHat 7.1
> to RedHat 7.2 and after choosing ext3 file system
> and upgrading the packages it had successfully
> installed the package and prompted me to install the
> second disk.  When it is trying to read the second
> disk there is some problem with tetex.rpm file
> complaining of bad file or corrupt region.  So, I
> rebooted the machine and went to rescue mode.
>      I have both windows and linux mounted in my hard
> disk.  After typing one by one the partition
> \dev\hda1,
> \dev\hda2, \dev\hda3 (windows), \dev\hda5, \dev\hda6
> in the linux rescue mode(F5 key), it screamed "kernel
> panic root is not found".
> Since I am a NEWBIE in installing(usually our
> sysadmin does it!).  Kindly help me in overcoming this
> problem since I had already retrieve my datas after
> crashing once.  Sorry to post this during christmas
> eve.
> thanks
> Please mail me in detail.
> Viswanath P.
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