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    Linux cannot boot up due to space

    I am getting the following error while installing Oracle 9i on Red Hat Linux. Its giving me the message while booting linux, that
    'space required 131506 and space available 131406'.

    Any idea how to resolve the error.
    Mine is dual booting machine on one partition i have windows xp professional and the other is Red hat Linux 9.

    Regards

    Pradipta

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    Is the message is not sufficient?.The OS required more space to breath.

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    Its understood there is space problem but how can i resolve the same, i am a new to linux os.

    Regards

    Pradipta

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    What do you do in every OS when there arent space left? Isnt it LOGICAL?

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    Well i needed a help to resolve my problem. Also you can make up from my query that i can't do the same, that shows my ignorance.

    Instead of helping me to resolve the problem, all the esteemed members
    are kicking on my back.

    Any way thanks for the same.

    Regards

    Pradipta

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