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creating custom redhat 7.3 cd & buildinstall



have successfully created a rh8 custom cd, however sybase clangs out on
rh8.. so i'm having to revert to rh73.

I've sorted out all my rpms, however to make it work, I have to upgrade
hwdata and the kernel rpms used by the installer.

bascially i got it going on rh8 however i'm having issues with my rh73
custom..

here's the output from the buildinstall.. any suggestions welcome..

ajt

(i've been following the article at
http://www.linuxworks.com.au/redhat-installer-howto.html)

[root rh73build tmp]# tail buildinstall.*
==> buildinstall.err <==
Module vfat not found in kernel rpm
12000+0 records in
12000+0 records out
mke2fs 1.27 (8-Mar-2002)
cp: writing `/tmp/makebootdisk.tree.13442/vmlinuz': No space left on
device
sed: Couldn't close {standard output}
sed: couldn't write 71 items to {standard output}: No space left on
device
sed: Couldn't close {standard output}
sed: Couldn't close {standard output}
sed: Couldn't close {standard output}

==> buildinstall.out <==
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/it/pcmcia.img (78k free)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/ja/boot.img (86k free)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/ja/bootnet.img (58k free)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/ja/pcmcia.img (79k free)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/drvblock.img (1032k)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/drvnet.img (768k)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/oldcdrom.img (144k)
Wrote /root/vanilla/i386/images/pcmciadd.img (600k)
Wrote /tmp/makebootdisk.tree.13442 (2056k compressed, 1402k free)
/root/vanilla/i386/buildinstall.tree.8435/mk-images: Failed to copy
messages from
/root/vanilla/i386/RedHat/instimage/usr/lib/anaconda-runtime/boot/ to
/tmp/makebootdisk.tree.13442.

disk free on the build system:

Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/hda2             9.1G  6.5G  2.1G  75% /
/dev/hda1              45M  8.7M   34M  21% /boot
none                   62M     0   61M   0% /dev/shm







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