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Bug 341 - bug in ftp upgrade
bug in ftp upgrade
Product: Red Hat Linux
Classification: Retired
Component: installer (Show other bugs)
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Assigned To: David Lawrence
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Reported: 1998-12-07 22:25 EST by shire
Modified: 2008-05-01 11:37 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 1998-12-21 14:29:39 EST
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Description shire 1998-12-07 22:25:57 EST
Please forgive me if this is not the place to report this:

I reach an infinite loop while attempting to upgrade through

I follow the install procedure up until i click/select
>FTP install
>(require PCMCIA support?)->yes
>(have SCSI device?) -> no

After that it asks for which module to load after briefly
saying "module not found".  I do not know exactly what it's
looking for but it presents a list starting with:

3com 3c509
3com 3c515
and so on.

No matter what I select, I get to another screen asking
to autodetect parameters or entering them in manually.  From
there a new screen/window says it is not found and I am
taken back to the previous menu with the driver listing.
There is no way of breaking out of this loop or getting past
it, regardless of which driver I select (and I tried all of

I was installing from Redhat 5.1 with a 2.0.35 kernel on a
Toshiba Satellite Pro 480CDT notebook.  I did not encounter
this problem when upgrading from 5.0 to 5.1 through FTP.
Comment 1 Derek Tattersall 1998-12-08 10:18:59 EST
The installer is looking for your network card in order to perform
the FTP install and not finding it.  Do you have a network card
installed in the system? If not, you might want to consider using an
alternate install method.

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