I have two drives on my system: one for Linux (1.0GB) and
one for Windows 95 (6.4GB) (which I am currently using).
Purchasing Red Hat Linux 5.2 and installation has gone
smoothly except for the following which occurred during
installation. These messages were received, slightly
altered for clarity:
RPM install of libtermcap, ghostscript-fonts, linuxconf,
netscape-communicator, tix, XFree86-libs failed: unpacking
of archive failed on file (null): 3: bad file descriptor.
RPM install of bash failed: execution of script failed.
RPM install of ncurses-devel failed: unpacking of archive
failed on file /usr/lib/libmenu_g.a: 1: success.
I am not sure if the CD-ROM was the problem or if some
other problem exists. My intended fix for the bad file
descriptors will be to get the packages from the website
and install them through the RPM tool. I am not sure what
to do about the scrpit failure or what the libmenu_g.a: 1:
success indicates (if anything).
Other than these messages, the installation process went
very well. Thank you!
Dave Luttinen, Seattle
I was unable to generate the reported errors in our test lab. Possible
------- Email Received From DLuttinen 03/12/99 11:11 -------
Commit pushed to master at https://github.com/ManageIQ/cfme
Remove MIQ logo from taskbar icons