Description of problem:
Adding packages from DVD returns "Insert Disc 2" message. THe DVD
disc is tested OK and initial install is from that same disc.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Fujitsu Laptop, P7010 (internal DVD-R, CDWR), default "Personal
Desktop" installation no additional settings
Please let me know if you need more information
Is this for the first pull of any package or after some packages have
I believe some packages were pulled, but not sure...
I tried with several packages but one I think I tried alone was
"kernel-source" or "development"
This is actually a product from https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/
show_bug.cgi?id=133674 "Not enough space to install" you looked at
earlier today - sorry I did not realize /usr neded to be larger than
After installing the "personal desktop" an dfiring it up the first
time I tried to install the remaining packages - at least "kernel-
source" in order to get the 1280x768 bios patch added.
Please excause my vague answer. Unfortunately it's difficult for me
to retry right now (had to get something going).
I tried once again to install from scratch and later add packages.
same problem - NO packages were pulled though, the disc just spins up
for a while and asks for disc 2
rechecked the dvd-rom 'md5sum /dev/cdrw_dvdrom' and it would now
appear that the md5sum is different - hmmmmm.... may have been bad
disc after all.