Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 142851
Anaconda identifies install CDs as corrupted
Last modified: 2013-03-06 00:58:01 EST
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Description of problem:
After downloading the installation CD ISOs, checking checksums with
md5sum and verifying that the checksums are correct, burning
installation CDs, and using Anaconda at the beginning of the
installation process to check each CD that each CD is OK, Anaconda
tells me that EVERY CD is corrupted. Installation of RHEL4B2 is
possible and (other than this problem) installation proceeds without
incident. However, the resulting RHEL4B2 installation is VERY
unstable, so much so that it is impossible to log off as one user to
log on as another -- the system requires a warm boot using the
computer's reset button.
Other downloads and installations, using the exact same equipment and
techniques, of RHEL3 and Fedora have proceeded normally, without this
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Recheck ISO checksums.
2. Burn new CDs. Different burn settings (such as speed) with each
burn are used with burning each new set of CDs.
3. Restart installation.
Actual Results: I'm told every time that every CD is corrupted.
Expected Results: Every CD should have passed Anaconda's
This is a dup of bug 131051, but it's a private bug, therefore I'm not going to
dup this against it.
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