problem installing Fedora 8
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For some years I have been running a couple of Red Hat 9 systems on a home network. For the most part they got done what I neededdone so I have tended to ignore their being out-of-date. It recently became apparent to me that the Internet was moving away from me, so I began searching for an update.
First I tried a set of disks that came with a book from a used/surplus book store. These were Fedora disks, but without a stated version number so I suspect very early Fedora. With these the install (and I was trying to update) seemed to do well until the second or third disk failed with an invalid media message. Surprisingly the system still runs. Grub offers to boot Fedora but I suspect much of what I am running comes from the earlier RH9.
I just purchased a set of Fedora 8 cds (my boxes don't have dvd capability)and night before last put them successfully through a media check. But when I attempted to install I got a nearly immediate termination. The messages read (as best as I can decipher my handwriting):
=== Running anaconda 22.214.171.124, the Fedora system installer - please wait ... install exited abnormally [1/1]. Sending termination signals ... done Sending kill signals ... done disabling swap unmounting filesystems /mnt/runtime done disabling /dev/loop0 /proc done /dev/pys done /sys done /tmp/ranfs done /mnt/source done /src/???? done (here, I can't read my own scribblings ) you may now safely reboot your system ===The system consists of an AMD K6 at 500 Mhz, 320 meg ram, and plenty of disk space. I have tried installing in text mode with nousb, but still encounter the problem. Last night I let the memtest supplied on the installation cd run overnight and it completed 8 passes without error, so I think the ram is OK.
Any suggestions would be welcome. _______________________________________________ Redhat-install-list mailing list Redhat-install-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/redhat-install-list To Unsubscribe Go To ABOVE URL or send a message to: redhat-install-list-request@xxxxxxxxxx Subject: unsubscribe