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Description of problem:
Did a GUI CD install of Hampton on a machine which had a Red Hat 6.2
installation (/dev/hda1 swap, /dev/hda5 /).
Partitionned the drive by adding a /dev/hda6 for the new /, leaving the 6.2
In the bootloader screen (grub selected), only /dev/hda6 was present as a boot
partition. I saw no button to add a new partition, nor did the /dev/hda5
partition get recognized as a valid boot partition.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Reproduce the above
Actual Results: Grub only boots from the Hampton partition.
Expected Results: 2 entries menu: original 6.2 and new 7.3 beta
This is part of the new bootloader framework which isn't getting done for Hampton
You can add new partitions to chainload again in CVS
Time tracking values updated