Bug 89624 - Incorrect disk image name
Summary: Incorrect disk image name
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Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: rhl-ig-x86   
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Version: 9
Hardware: i386
OS: Linux
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Assignee: Sandra Moore
QA Contact: Sandra Moore
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Reported: 2003-04-25 08:12 UTC by Cristian Seres
Modified: 2014-08-04 22:23 UTC (History)
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Last Closed: 2003-04-28 16:25:28 UTC
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Description Cristian Seres 2003-04-25 08:12:31 UTC
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Description of problem:
At the top of the page 45 (section 3.20.2) there is a mention of boot.img image.
There is no such image on RH 9.0 images directory. The same error is found in
section A.4.3 at the bottom of page 72.

The correct image name is bootdisk.img.

Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
rhl-ig-x86(EN)-9-Print-RHI (2003-01-16T18:24-0400)

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Comment 1 Sandra Moore 2003-04-28 16:25:28 UTC
Thanks very much for the feedback. I have made the correction to this text to
read as follows:

If you need to use rescue mode, there are several options available to you.

    * Using the CD-ROM to boot, type linux rescue at the boot: prompt.
    * By booting your system from an installation boot diskette made from the
bootdisk.img image. This method requires that the Red Hat Linux CD-ROM #1 be
inserted as the rescue image or that the rescue image be on the hard drive as an
ISO image. Once you have booted using this diskette, type linux rescue at the
boot: prompt.

      If you are performing anything other than a IDE CD-ROM or hard disk
installation and are using a boot diskette, you will need at least one driver
diskette that you must make in advance. You will be prompted by the installation
program to insert the driver diskette at the correct time. For more information,
refer to Section 1.4.3 Making an Installation Boot Diskette or Appendix F Driver

These corrections will be made available in the next Red Hat Linux release. 

Thanks again for the feedback.


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