Brian McGrew brian at visionpro.com
Wed Mar 18 10:49:59 CDT 2009

I had the same problem...

The installer wasn¹t creating a separate /boot partition outside of the LVM

Created /boot manually, life was good, booted fine.

Other problems with F10 on Dell PE 2800/2900 Series.

Switched to CentOS 5.2.  Life is good.


On 3/18/09 8:41 AM, "madunix" <madunix at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm trying to get Fedora 10 installed on a new Dell 2850
> It appears to install correctly, but on first boot it fails.
> it gave the following message "Unable to access resume device" ..
> I checked fstab and grub nothing unusual.
> Any input in this issue ?
> Thanks 
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