Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 24057
Anaconda CD Swapping With Multiple CDROMS
Last modified: 2007-03-26 23:39:17 EDT
On installing Beta 2, CD1 and CD2 were both inserted into the machine on
CD1 was booted from the IDE CDRW, CD2 inserted into SCSI CDROM. when the
packages were installing and it needed a CD from CD2 it would automagicly
read from the SCSI cd. Then when it wanted to read again from CD1, It
ejects CD1 from the CDRW and asked for CD1 to be inserted. CLicking Ok
will suck the CD back in and continue reading. this happened as many times
as it changed which CD it was reading for.
Apparantly the installer was ejecting the CD without reading / looking for
the CD1 delimiter, Just ejecting as normal proactice, believing that it
was reading from CD2 in that drive.
Assigning to a developer.
This bug might be moot since when the installer is working properly you never
need to go back to a previous disk, and the test of what is in the drive is not
It's moot for exactly msf's reason.