10-16-2013 07:45 AM
I have a HP MicroServer and I install CentOS 6.4, after setting partition layout
[ My partition
/boot 250 MB
/SWAP 16 GB
/ 20 GB
/var 40 GB ]
then I receive the following message:
"You are using a GPT bootdisk on a non-EFI system. This may not work, depending on your BIOS’s support for booting from GPT disks."
After install completes the System is not booting.
Please advise me.
2 weeks ago
Your harddisk is partitioned with the GPT layout. RHEL6 (and its clones) does not understand this well enough. You need to boot a recent live DVD (like Mint) and use gparted to completely remove all GPT stuff. Afterwards you can use MBR to store the drives layout.