Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 72531
misleading boot suggestion
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:45:58 EDT
Description of Problem:
On "Congratulations" screen one is confronted with the following text:
"If you created a boot diskette to boot the system, insert it before
This wording seems to suggest that if an advice to create a boot floppy
was followed then booting from a hard disk is no longer an option.
Actually it is not clear to me what was the goal here. A test for that
floppy or an information how to boot if this is the only boot device?
This text could use some refinement I agree.
Please update the text for this screen to read as:
If you created a boot diskette during this installation as your primary means of
booting Red Hat Linux, insert it before rebooting your newly installed system.
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