First: This is on my << mess around and be happy " computer.-64 bit
What I had:
sda1: 5 gb swap
sda5: pclos-kde4 32bit full updated - partition about 10Gb
sda6: pclos-kde4 64bit full updated - partition about 10 Gb
sda7: Pardus KDE3.5 - partition about 10 Gb
sda8 9 10 11 are empty partitions around 10 Gb
What I did:
I formatted sda5 to fat32 and installed windowsXP...no problems.
I did what I had to do, then....
I decided on a whimp to keep it, just in case..............
I took sda9 and formatted it as swap. As far as I knew, linux would find it automatically.
I used Pclos live ( install ) CD to redo the MBR to sda5 , as it was before
Then I rebooted. PCLOS got stuck.....I pressed escape....I got a message: << cannot open file delete >>
I rebooted into safe mode...same thing
Then I rebooted into the pclos 64 bit thing........same message:<< cannot open file delete >>
Then I rebooted into Pardus KDE3.5, and that booted up normally and was functional.
I repeated all of above again to make sure.
1-- what is the meaning of << cannot open file delete >> ?
2-- what can I possible do to fix this, (( I just want to know. ))
3-- I have no problem with reinstalling, but, where is the fun ?
Any one ? ?