Le mer 17/09/2003 à 10:49, Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan a écrit :
I think nobody have tested installing Red Hat 9 on 3.2 GB hard disk.
Last week, I tried to install Red Hat Linux 9 on Winchip 200 machine
with 64 MB RAM and 3.2 GB hard disk. The installation step went well.
At the stage of selecting the installation option, I select Server and
continue. The server installation is about 1.4 GB, and it went well
until after transferring install image to hard disk.
As soon as the transferring install image to hard disk complete, error
message is displayed stating that my machine does not have enough disk
Anaconda use a lot of memory. Try with a bigger swap partition.
I reboot again the computer, starting again the installation, but
time selecting Custom and then uncheck all the group listed. The
installation size is now around 550 MB, and then transferring install
image continued. Still after completing transferring install image to
hard disk, error message being displayed stating that the machine does
not have enough disk space.
Re-installing the machine with Red Hat 8 yesterday, it went smooth
even though I select Server with installation size of 1.4 GB. I really
suspect the transferring image is the problem.
My HD partitioning info is:
/boot 100 MB
/swap 200 MB
/ 2.9 GB
1. Why this thing happened? Does anybody have any experience with it?
2. Why it is still fail even though the installation size is 500 MB?
3. Should I report it on Bugzilla?
4. Could I suggest that anaconda have another option like "Minimal
install" where nothing is installed, except the base package just to
Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan
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