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<DIV> The /boot is there, so it is somewhere between the bootblocks</DIV>
<DIV>and /boot that the connection is lost. The /boot is apparently</DIV>
<DIV>not correctly found. But, it is there......</DIV>
<DIV>Bob Keys</DIV> <BR>-----Original Message-----<BR>
<DIV class=AOLPlainTextBody id=AOLMsgPart_0_a6deb355-efdc-40b5-afb2-7a6d893975cb><PRE><TT>> The problem is that it won't install boot blocks that work.
> None of the raboot/rdboot/bootra/bootrd combos get
> any farther than the cryptic "loading boot" message.
The "loading boot" message comes from the bootblock code and indicates
that the bootblocks are good and working. If it stops there, it means
that you are missing the /boot file in the root filesystem (that's what
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