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SMKP

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Morning all,

Can anyone offer some assistance please . . .

I've come to install Control 8.0 onto our existing Firewall server (Windows Server 2008R2).

Booting from CD image all works fine.

When the Linux install starts, it gets to 6% and then fails - core.img is too large for the partition.

Drives are 465 GB and I've tried in both RAID 1 and No RAID configurations.

Currently I've had to revert to a fresh install of Windows Server to run Kerio 7.4

Any advice ?

Simon
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SMKP

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Does anyone have any ideas ?

Simon
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KlausFFOS

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I have no idea mate. I installed the newest Beta onto a DL360 g4p and it went fine. Have you tried using that?
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ICT and Me

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@Simon, is there a rescue partition on the HDu or something embedded?
It sounds the CD isn't installing on the HDu, but on something smaller.

And otherwise try Control Beta 2 indeed like Klaus suggest. Maybe your controller isn't supported.

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silars

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I know I probably sound like a broken record (based on past threads), but have you considered using a hypervisor (ESXi, Hyper-V, etc.)?

They seem to fix more things than break. Plus, it allows you a bit more flexibility in the future.
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