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    Default installation suse 11.3 ,

    i want to install opensuse on my new lap top
    i partition my hard (600gb) with 5 parts:
    c: 97 gb
    d: 150 gb
    e: 150 gb
    f: 100 gb
    g: 50 gb
    and 38 gb unlocated part

    in opensuse instalation , the yast makes a 2gb for swap 14gb = root , 21 gb = home,
    but in Instalation Overview under Booting has a red error:

    the Boot loader Installed On a Partition that does not Lie Entirely Blew 128 GB .The system maight Not Boot;
    what`s the meaning of this error?

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    Default Re: installation suse 11.3 ,

    On 2011-03-29 13:06, Miladsob wrote:
    >
    > i want to install opensuse on my new lap top
    > i partition my hard (600gb) with 5 parts:
    > c: 97 gb
    > d: 150 gb
    > e: 150 gb
    > f: 100 gb
    > g: 50 gb
    > and 38 gb unlocated part


    We need to see the partitions in linux parlance. Sizes types and number.
    Fdisk output.

    > in opensuse instalation , the yast makes a 2gb for swap 14gb = root ,
    > 21 gb = home,
    > but in -Instalation Overview- under -Booting- has a red error:
    >
    >> the Boot loader Installed On a Partition that does not Lie Entirely Blew
    >> 128 GB .The system maight Not Boot;

    >
    > what`s the meaning of this error?


    It is a warning, not an error. It "might", not "it will". Try the
    installation, if it doesn't work, you probably need to repeat install with
    a /boot partition, small, 250 MB, ext2, below the 128 GB mark.

    --
    Cheers / Saludos,

    Carlos E. R.
    (from 11.2 x86_64 "Emerald" at Telcontar)

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