Description of problem:
I've used RedHat 7.1. prior and wanted to install a new version of
RedHat, so I downloaded Fedora, burnt the ISO-Images to disc and
booted from CD, I choose the graphical installation mode (but text
also not works) and I'm prompted to choose the language, choose the
type of keyboard and then I choose the installation mode of course I
choose "Local CD-ROM" and then I keep getting the error "The Fedora
Core CD was not found in any of your CDROM drives. Please insert the
Fedora Core CD and press OK to retry."Â´, I already redownloaded
Fedora (to ensure that I don't have a defective installation CD) and
also tried it with RedHat 9 (I believe it was 9...), but with all
versions I keep getting these errors - in comparision anaconda-
installer from the RedHat 7.1 distribution works fine.
Maybe it's also my computer configuration:
I usually boot from my TOSHIBA SD-R5002 (DVD-Recorder), but I also
already tried with booting from my TOSHIBA SD-M1402 (DVD-ROM), but
none of the options works out.
I would be really happy, if you could maybe help finding a solution
for my problem, maybe telling me a bug, and maybe resolving it or
telling me something I do wrong, I'm understanding wrong. :)
Don't know if..
Did you boot from the CD? What messages are on tty3 and tty4?
Seems to be my fault - ISO images seem to be not downloaded right,
even though I redownloaded them, but MD5 Checksum doesn't match -
I'll close this bug and if it still occurs even though the MD5
Checksum matches I'll reopen it.