Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 32526
Last modified: 2005-10-31 17:00:50 EST
A new, customised installation doesn't go through due to an Anaconda-error.
I didn't set anything particular. Can only guess it has to do with the
P-250, 32MB RAM.
Will attach the dump later
Created attachment 13224 [details]
Did you goto the command prompt on VC2 and do any commands?
What are the steps to reproduce this issue?
No, no! - What are the steps on this machine at least, *not* to reproduce??! I
tried several times from scratch. Everything the default; booting with boot.img
from diskette, us, no changes of firewall config, search for bad blocks, 1.5 GB
for /, 300 MB for /home, 200 MB for swap, 40 MB for /boot, tried DHCP and fixed
IP. The machine is okay but old, I use it for classroom demos. Quadruple-boots
fine to DOS, W95, NT and RH6.2. I have Wolverine (2 isos and the boot.img) in
the 'root' of a DOS-formatted, otherwise empty partition of 2GB. Just mail me if
you need details!
Brent please look into.
Looks like a duplicate of bug #27933. Is this a hard drive install?
Actually, buy looking at the traceback, it's clear that this is a hard drive
install. This bug was present in Wolverine but it was fixed internally in late
February. Thanks for your report.