Issues on installing Linux Distribution

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I’m trying to install Linux on my IBM eServer XSeries 365. Actually, I tried almost all kinds of Linux. In Ubuntu, it works fine but it can’t detect my SCSI hard drives. Fedora booted only once. Then my BIOS is telling me that I already have 3 boot sectors but none is bootable. The installation of Debian was unable to continue and I got stocked on 3 duplicated Debian logos. And now, some of the CDs doesn’t boot at all. I don’t know what else to do and I am really lost right now.

What steps should I take to be able to continue any Linux installation?

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Issues on installing Linux Distribution

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Hello Nick,

If you are using a desktop system, I will recommend  that you use Ubuntu. In the event that you reinstall the Linux system,  you will need to make sure that you erase the hard disk, and also do not reuse the existing partitions without formatting. Make sure that you make a backup of your data though.

Regards,

Carl

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