On Monday 05 January 2009 10:58:21 Ernest L. Williams Jr. wrote: > Veli-Pekka Kestilä wrote: > > David Timms wrote: > >> Ernest L. Williams Jr. wrote: > >>> Sam Varshavchik wrote: > >>>> Ernest L. Williams Jr. writes: > >>>>> Can't get the DVD iso for FC10 x86_64 to install properly. > >> > > >> > "eclipse.-nls-zh-xxxx-.rpm" could not be read, giving me the option to > >> > eject the disk or reboot" > >> > >> c: workaround file read issue by not trying the install eclipse > >> during the installation (do it after you boot up). You may find there > >> are further disk reading problems though. This could be because it is > >> an aging dvd drive, or it might have trouble once it gets hot etc. > > > > I have had similar problems before and my fix was to use different > > brand disk and/or different burner. Prior 10 there was retry option > > which usually helped in similar situations, but it was helpfully > > removed sometime after F8. > > What brand of disk did you try? What brand of burner? > I think that maybe the drivers for my DVD hardware is not working properly. > That may be so. I no longer burn on this laptop, as it is no longer reliable. > I will ask someone else with x86_64 OS to try my DVD disk tomorrow. > > My current course of action is just to use the "preupgrade" solution. > So far, the upgrade from FC9 to FC10 is progressing. :) > It does sound like a disk problem. It sometimes helps if you force the burning program to use a slow speed. Anne
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