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Description of problem:
When using GNome I select add/remove program. I select i want to add
development tools. It scan for packages then ask for CD2. I stick in
CD2 and click OK. It says there was an error installing packages. I
have tried 3 cd's. this appears to be a software not a harwdare issue.
I installed with the desktop settings.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.click red hat
2. system setting
3. add/remove applications
Actual Results: Error out everytime.
Expected Results: Should have installed the programming tools
This will not allow to me correct errors in install
I have just freshly install 1.91 from CDs, and I experience the same
problem. I am unable to install KDE (or any other packages) using
the system-config-packages program, receiving the "error installing
This should be better in test3.
This be better in 3 or it will work in 3? It currently does not work
I have the same problem Fedora Core 2 Test 3:
I startup add / remove packages, I select nmap and ethereal, and then
I select a bunch of packages from KDE development.
It asks for the second CD, I insert it, it installs some packages.
Then it asks for the 3rd CD, I insert it, and then it comes up with a
dialog saying there was an error and it must exit. I click ok, and
then I have to restart the package manager again.
Same in Fedora Core 2. This problem is still there.
Does FC4 version work?
Closin gas resolved in current releases