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Re: need help with boot cd



Looked like you have the same problem with package order.
Please read my previous email about running genhlist twice for more info.
You can email me directly if you have any question. If you do email me, then
give me a sample of your ks.cfg file.
-ltran

--- Mark Hammerton <mhammerton gmail com> wrote:

> I am using red hat enterprise linux v4 and i want eveyrthing to fit on one
> CD to do a minimal install
> i finally created a boot cd that will boot up and it uses the ks.cfg file on
> the cd so it does a complete install with out me beiing there. however after
> i install it instructs me to reboot and when i go to reboot it doesnt come
> grub starts to load and but nothing is install except a few folders under
> the root directory but no files or any of the packages are install before i
> reboot i checked the red hat installation screen and go this off of it
> 
> *not all packages in hdlist had order tag
> 
> 
> File descriptor 3 left open
> 
> the file descriptor on list from 1 until 31
> 
> No volume groups found
> 
> these ar eth errors that i see on the screen from.
> 
> 
> 
> 
> can anyone help me out as to what they think my problem may be.
> everything would be greatly appreciated
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