Lab6-2 - Lab 6.2 Part I Setup the lab virtual machine and...

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Lab 6.2 Part I Setup the lab virtual machine and examine the problem 1. Download, extract, and open the archived virtual machine found at http://www.nl.northweststate.edu/SharedStuff/CIS155/Ch6.7z 2. Boot the VM and notice that Windows starts immediately * This is a common problem when Windows "fixes" a machine containing Linux or if Windows is installed in a dual boot configuration with Linux Part II Boot the machine into rescue environment 1. Shut down the system 2. Connect the virtual CD-ROM to theFedora-9-i386-DVD.iso image 3. Boot the virtual machine using the Fedora 9 DVD * You will have to modify the boot order in BIOS to start the system from the DVD * This can be done by pressing either <F2> or <ESC> during the POST as the system is booting 4. Choose the option Rescue installed system 5. Accept the default options for the Language and Keyboard Type 6. Do not start the network interfaces 7. Choose the option Skip on the Rescue screen Part III Repair the problem 1. Type fdisk -l to list the partitions on the system
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2012 for the course CIS 155 taught by Professor Hills during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Columbus North.

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Lab6-2 - Lab 6.2 Part I Setup the lab virtual machine and...

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