Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 244501
Fedora 7 installation exception
Last modified: 2008-08-02 19:40:34 EDT
Description of problem:
Install F7 in text mode (i have 128Mb RAM). After initialization of
installation process catch an exception. It was somthing like follow:
s = str("Installation %s", $some_var['some_key']);
And next line somthing about Phyton...
Installation terminated. Unmount all filesystems. Killall. Reboot.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install from DVD. Check disk is ok.
2.Switchin to text mode (not enought 128Mb RAM)
3.Create a partitions. Swap 1 Gb.
4.Set eth0 prperties.
5.Select needable packeges (Development + some packeges from list)
6.Installation initialization process...Please wait....
7.Exception. Umount. KillAll. Reboot.
Please attach the complete exception message to this bug report. Thanks.
Created attachment 161692 [details]
while trying to use more than the / partition at install time
it was custom partitioning. also it says it was unable to inform kernel about
modifications to /dev/sda5.
/dev/sda5 was not modified in any way. it happened both in live cd and in dvd
install. once i used only /dev/sda1 for / , and no othe partition, install from
live cd was ok (that's why i can send you this message :))
also, one thing i've noticed, i could not mount /dev/sda5 from live cd (gnome),
but usb disk was automounted just fine, again that's why i can send this file
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