Thanks to Fedora community; Installation & Disk Partitioning ISSUE

Linux Tyro fedora.bkn at
Fri Nov 4 08:50:35 UTC 2011

On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 11:55 AM, Marko Vojinovic <vvmarko at> wrote:

> Nothing is permanent, of course, it would just be a hassle to fix. Neither
> Windows nor Linux would boot, and you would need to boot from the
> installation
> DVD or something called the "Rescue CD", and use the rescue environment to
> reinstall both stages of the Linux bootloader (or reinstall Linux
> completely).
> You would need to know how to use the rescue environment and how to
> reconfigure
> the GRUB (the Linux bootloader) so that it loads everything correctly. This
> requires reading the documentation, which is on the Internet and you can
> have
> a hard time accessing it, since your computer doesn't boot...

And without rescue CD (in this case of non-boot-ability), there is no other
option like booting from the installation CD (allocating the whole space to
one distro, like Fedora/SUSE)

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