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Re: Installing F12-Beta



David why you are so upset? No need to get nasty. I simply posted a
message about my problems installing F12. I did not Hijack any thread
(see the subject name). I thought this was a public forum. I sent this
to the whole mailing list. My apologies if I offended you. 

All I can tell you is what happened. 

Which is I put the DVD in the drive and after a while it came up with a
recursive error and said it was fixed but needed to restart the
computer. 

I.E 	1. The kernel failed to load
	2. Anaconda did not start.

The same DVD was used to install F12 Beta on a flash drive. So the DVD
is fine.

As I said I have posted a bug report at bugzilla
(https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=531156) but no reply. I
just thought you guys would be interested in a very serious problem that
I am having.

So I willing to put the effort to help whoever, if you point me in the
right direction.

Steven

On Mon, 2009-11-02 at 07:21 +0000, David Woodhouse wrote:
> On Mon, 2009-11-02 at 08:29 +0800, Steven James Drinnan wrote:
> > In-reply-to: <1257111085 2314 154 camel adam local net>
> > References: <adf480660910311031h5889985by4fb8d4ac7f3422ac mail gmail com>
> >             <1257111085 2314 154 camel adam local net>
> 
> Steven, please could you explain the relationship between your message
> on 'Installing F12-Beta' and the message to which you replied, which was
> about upstream developers becoming co-maintainers.
> 
> If there is no relationship, then you've just hijacked an existing
> thread by posting your unrelated query as a reply to it -- please don't
> do that.
> 



> You may also find that you'll get more help if you provide a more
> coherent bug report. You neglected to give any useful details about the
> error you see. Giving the full error message might have helped. Or even
> telling us at which stage of the boot it happens might have given a
> clue.
> 
> I'd look in the bug you filed to see if you provided that information
> there... but you didn't even bother to tell us the bug number.
> 
> My crystal ball isn't working today, so I _couldn't_ help you, even if I
> _didn't_ have a policy of not helping thread-hijackers until they post
> their problem politely ;)
> 

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