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Re: Network install failure



On Wed, 2003-07-23 at 14:26, Tudor Popescu wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I believe that in order to do a HTTP or FTP install you need to have the
> extracted isos -
> 
> however, I too had a problem while trying to FTP install from mounted iso
> images
> (disc1, disc2, disc3). Looking at the ftp logs showed that the install
> program
> (after succesfully loading stage2), right when searching for the first
> packet
> (glibc-common I believe) was trying to access a directory named
> /ftp/pub/mirrors/ftp.redhat.com/linux/beta/severn/en/disc1/disc1 (note the
> extra disc1).
> 
> Using the rh_extract_iso.sh script to extract all isos into one 'os'
> directory
> and restarting install worked though.
> 
> 
> --
> Tudor Popescu
> top warp ro
I am not familiar with the script you are speaking of but I did the copy
by hand and it worked.  I had been told that the iso network install
worked with the NFS, FTP, and HTTP variants.  It appears this was
incorrect.

thanks,

-- 
Matt Whiteley <matt-whiteley comcast net>




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