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Description of problem:
Installer Crash With Error when trying to format partitions manual with
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: Traceback (innermost last):
File "/usr/bin/anaconda", line 520, in ?
intf.run(todo, test = test)
File "/var/tmp/anaconda-7.1//usr/lib/anaconda/gui.py", line 391, in run
Etc. won't go in server hangup...
Expected Results: Format Complete...
Can you attach the complete error message?
Created attachment 18810 [details]
This is the dump file.
Did you download these cd's? It looks like the cd could be bad. Do you see any
error messages on VC3 and VC4?
Sorry for the delay, on vacation :)
I'll try download and burn again and let you know.
Tried donwload and burned again, same error as far as I could see. I can upload
dump file if you like.
If I get some time this weekend I'm gonna remove some hardware...SCSI card,
NIC, etc. I might even disable my raid.
I'll let you know.
Let me know if you see any error messages on VC3 and VC4 too.
It's works now, after disabling the hpt370 raid controller.
Only supports the controller in non-raid :( I saw the experimental drivers
and I'll keep an eye on their development.
I do get some error mesgs on boot and shut down about the drives on the raid.
I can post.
Still not too sure why the install crashed though, I didn't try to mount the
Maybe this should be put on the hardware compatible list, I did look it up,
maybe it's just me.
""This chipset is commonly found as the UltraDMA/100 controller on many PCI
IDE adapters, as well as on some motherboards. If this is the only enabled IDE
controller in the system, you should have no problems (although, you will only
get 33MB/s speeds), but if it's the second of two (or more) then you will have
to pass the kernel a parameter at the LILO boot: prompt, as documented
I'll have to live with it. No raid for me I guess.
Thanks for all the help.
Ok. Hopefully the drivers will mature soon.