Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 69849
System hangs during boot
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:44:30 EDT
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Description of problem:
As the system boots it checks various items all show OK. then it gets to
remounting the root filesystem in read/write mode and nothing else happens.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install linux 7.3 as workstation.
2.boot system choosing the linux installation on a dual os system.
Actual Results: System hangs as described above in description.
Expected Results: system should have booted fine.
I am running a PIII at 450Mhz with Windows XP Professional installed on hda1 and
Linux installed on hdb1. The installation had no faults or errors. I also have
an Nvidia GForce 2 video card, a 3com nics card, and a secondary IDE interface
card with two additional hard drives on it. hda and hdb are both 4gig Western
digital drives. hdc is a Western digital 1gig and hdd is a 2gig Western digital
drive. On the main board IDE controller I also have two CD-ROM drives installed.
Unfortunately this isn't anything that I can use to figure out what a specific bug is. You'll
need to go through RH support or other forums to get help in resolving this issue.