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Thread: Partition-error (Table written but error while reading!!!)

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    Partition-error (Table written but error while reading!!!)

    I started the Script of this guy (knx-hdinstall) and came to the point with the Partitions.
    Some Details about my computer :
    I've got one HDD with 60 GB and five Partitions (all Fat32)
    So the last Partition is the one I wanted to install Knoppix.
    Like in the FAQ I created a logical/secondary Linux Swap with 500 MB and a logical Linux partition with 10 GB.
    The hda1 is bootable


    Name----Flags----Part.Typ----DataSystem----Size ca.
    hda1 boot Primary (Win95/FAT32) 5504 MB
    hda2 Secondary (Win95/FAT32) 5456 MB
    hda3 Secondary (Win95/FAT32) 10142 MB
    hda4 Secondary (Win95/FAT32) 20545 MB
    hda5 Secondary Linux Swap 500 MB
    hda10 Secondary Linux 15042 MB

    so if i want to create this table - there is an error :
    Table written - but error while re-reading ! Reboot !

    What the hell is wrong ?

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    It means you have to reboot before the changes are effected. So reboot, and re-run knx-hdinstall.

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