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  1. Hi all, I'm a debian user (basic skill) from Spain and I'm trying to install gentoo on my old computer that I use for testing old hardware and distrohopping: - CPU: AMD Athlon 64 +3000 (socket 754) - MOBO: ABITKV8 PRO http://abit.ws/page/...TYPE=Socket 754 - GPU: AMD/ATI RV280 Rdeon 9200 pro (agpX8) - Soundblaster 24 bits SB0410 - WIFI D-Link - 2 Gb RAM DDR 400. - DVD Recorder - HD SATA 120 Gb (debian Jessie) - not connected in the instalation, - HD IDE 160 Gb (funtoo) On my first try following the installation guide I had the error in the picture. I found this answer on gentoo forum: https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-795452-start-0.html So I decided to try to fix it, doing systemrecue live cd again, and as chroot and I checked fstab file. I've found the name of partitions where incorrect (I had sda1, sda3 and sda4 instead sda1, sda2, sda3). I changed it and I followed the installation manual to leave: updating grub, dismounting and rebooting and here I am. I think I did it! I hope this help to other users.
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