Description of problem:
When installing Fedora the system crashes in the process of copying
the installation image from the cd.
This happen in every case...update as well as clean installation and
at every combination of packages.
Red hat 9.0 works fine and installes whitout a problem.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Put CD in
2. Choose to install
3. Choose your packages to install
Fedora up and running
have a crash log
Created attachment 102706 [details]
This is the crash log
There are many read errors off of your CD. Please verify your media
using the mediacheck as described at
have done so in the installation process...It passed the check.
The log doesn't contain the results of the check. Please run the
check on that machine before trying to do the install. The errors
there are always either bad cds or other hardware problem.
The log dos not contain the result of the check becaus I did not run
the test this last time, but I had done it before and all the cd's
passed the check. It was done with the same media on the same machine.
But now I will try to install again, run the test on all the cd's and
send the log file when the installation fails.
Thanke you verry much for your time.
Well, I tryed again and all the cd's passed the test. But this time
the system restarted without generating a crash log.
Is it possible that the CD player is having a problem?