Bug 7967

Summary: RH6.1 CD upgrade utility unable to open/recognise SCSI disk NT partition
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: jcherryh
Component: abootAssignee: Cristian Gafton <gafton>
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Version: 6.1   
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Hardware: i386   
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Description jcherryh 1999-12-23 12:24:08 UTC
Have fully SCSI system.
Disk 1 - SDA1=WNT, SDA2=W95, SDA5=Linux ext2 main partition, SDA6=FAT,
SDA7, 8, 9=Linux swap
Disk2 - SDB1 = FAT, SDB5, 6, 7 = FAT
CD = SCSI

Load/boot redhat 6.1 install CD. Select GUI install. 'Upgrade'. Get error
about cannot-find/bad-parameter-to SDA1. Get dialog box about system
searching for a red hat install, but system is frozen at that point. Sorry
I did not write down the exact error, email me if you want me to do it
again.

Upshot is unable to upgrade using the upgrade tool.

jcherryh@ozemail.com.au

Comment 1 jcherryh 1999-12-25 06:25:59 UTC
After leaving machine overnight and rebooting, problem went away. Maybe the
disks were tired...