On 9/21/05, David Woodhouse <dwmw2(a)infradead.org> wrote:
On Wed, 2005-09-21 at 09:34 -0400, Paul Nasrat wrote:
> Hard disk installs are iso only - so having the iso's on the second
> HDD should work. What sort of messages are you getting on tty3-5.
I didn't build ISO images for my updated tree -- I'm not entirely sure
Well that _is_ something I can help with.
Perhaps after I get the rsync done I will create a ISO-9660 ISO and
then burn it to a DVD and test. If all goes well I can then provide
the DVD ISO for you.
He can't use the original FC4 images, because they're not
same install tree, and he can't use the expanded tree which he rsync'd
from zeniv because anaconda won't do HD installs that way any more.
That is the problem that I am hitting.
I think the latter is the bug he wants to report. A workaround is
probably to write the contents of the install tree to a DVD and install
from that, but it would be better if we could just fix anaconda to
install from expanded trees on the hard drive, like it used to.
Which reminds me .. perhaps I can dump the ISO image that I will
create onto that second hard disk as a simple foo.iso file ? Or am I
dreaming there ?
Sorry for these noobish questions .. I am a much better Solaris guy
than a Linux guy and I often have to flail about with coffee in order
to get these things to work :-)